As vibrant as the name suggests, Hosta Popcorn features variegated foliage that undergoes alteration in its color as the season progresses. In spring, the thick, rounded, cupped, corrugated leaves of Hosta Popcorn have a creamy-yellow center with blue-green margins. However, as the season progresses, the center of the leaves turn creamy-white. It grows up to a height of 10-12″ and usually has a spread of 23-25″. Near white flowers appear on 15″ scapes in midsummer that attract hummingbirds.
Hosta Popcorn is an easy-to-grow and care for perennial that prefers full to partial shade. It can be widely planted in woodland gardens, along borders, tree-lined sidewalks and shaded driveways, and even in pots and containers. Popcorn hosta can also be used as a specimen and as a cut flower.
Have a look at Black Satin Hosta too.