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HostaGolden Teacup


Originator(s)Jill & Jim Wilkins 1989

Origin'Aspen Gold' x 'Gold Regal'

Size categorysmall - medium

Plant height x width45x100 cm (18x39 in.)

Leaf length x width18x15 cm (7x6 in.)

Vein pairs12

Leaf coloryellow>chartreuse


Leafheavy, cupped, corrugated



Scape height 


Flower length 


Flowering periodJuly





Info12" tall. Light Shade.
Small upright 12" clump of deeply cupped and puckered gold leaves. White flowers in July. Excellent substance but slow growing. Leaves are "teacup size".
This introduction (H. 'Aspen Gold x 'Gold Regal') from the fabulous breeding program of AHS president, Jim Wilkins, makes an 18" wide clump of heavily corrugated thick round foliage. The foliage emerges bright gold in spring, then changes to chartreuse as the season progresses. In late spring, the clump is topped with 1' scapes of pure white flowers.
Cupped and corrugated golden leaves have heavy substance and form a small clump. The classic upright shape is topped with white flowers in July.
A small clump of deeply cupped and puckered medium gold leaves.
Leaves are "teacup" size with excellent substance.
It has white flowers in July. Classic upright form.
Nicely cupped, corrugated leaves are a rich gold, heavily substanced. Limited supply on this outstanding plant. White flowers.
Bright yellow, rounded, cupped. Almost folded at the mid rip. Heavily rugose.
Wilkins hybrid of 'Aspen Gold' X 'Gold Regal' noted for its outstanding bright gold color and deep cupping; also excellent slug resistance.

Sports'Gilded Teacup' sport/yg