Deeply cupped, heavily-corrugated, slightly wavy, and oval in their appearance, the leaves of the Hosta World Cup form a large, upright mound of bright gold foliage. Depending on soil quality and where it is planted, the height of hosta world cup could range between 28 to 33 inch. A hosta world cup mound could be as wide as 48″. It grows well in fertile, well-drained soil and prefers dappled shade.
It blooms pale purple flowers on 36″ scapes in early summer that contrast beautifully with its bright golden leaves. Besides human eyes, Hosta World Cup draws the attention of bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.
A hybrid of Hosta Komodo Dragon and Hosta Super Bowl, Hosta World Cup originates from the breeding program of Doug Beilstein, Mansfield, OH.
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