|Originator(s)||Paul Aden 1974|
|Origin||'Aspen Gold' selfed|
|Plant height x width||50x140 cm (20x55 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||23x19 cm (9x7 in.)|
|Leaf color||green>golden yellow|
|Leaf||thick, very corrugated|
|Scape height||75 cm (30 in.)|
|Flowering period||June - July|
|Info||A cupped yellow, with puckering. Sun tolerant medium size. Choice. Medium large plant, seedling of 'Aspen Gold'.|
Golden yellow crinkled leaves, good substance, flowers white, appreciates good light.
The old standby that produced H. 'Inneswood'. Classic.
This is the mother plant of 'Inniswood', which, it would seem, would make it the same plant as 'Innisglow', which is the all gold form of 'Inniswood'. Just one of those hosta things. Regardless, this is an excellent gold hosta, with heart-shaped leaves with some puckering. Pale lavender to near-white flowers.
Good sun tolerance. Seedling of 'Aspen Gold'.
|Sports||'Handy Hatfield' sport/gy|
|Progeny||'Ada Reed' = 'August Moon' x PP|
'Lakeside Contender' = 'Newberry Gold' x PP
'Lakeside Foaming Sea' = "unnamed seedling" x PP
'White Vision' = PP x 'Gold Cup'