Hosta Glad Tidings will form a medium mound of 14"-16" in height with a spread of up to 22" at maturity. It has thick chartreuse-yellow heart shaped leaves that overlap at different angles to offer a unique texture. An a-yellow form of the, hard to grow, Hosta 'Glad Rags'. Beautiful yellow foliage all season long. It has thick substance making it mainly slug resistant. Leaves emerge chartreuse and gradually become gold colored as the season progresses, helping with sun tolerance. The foliage is somewhat unruly and forms an upright clump. Pale lavender flowers are held on 20" scapes, blooming in July.

Hosta Glad Tidings