Hosta Color Glory forms a large mound at maturity of 24"-30" in height and 32"-56" in width. It has chartreuse green, round, golden, corrugated leaves with wide, irregular, blue-green margins. The leaves are deeply veined. Mid-summer blooms are nearly white and held just above the foliage on 40" scapes. Doesn't seem to be bothered at all by slugs & snails. Just be a little careful with the amount of sunshine. Prefers dappled shade and tends to scorch a little if left in full midday sun.