Hosta 'Jubilation'
 

This cultivar is the result of a cross between an unnamed seedling x H. 'Sagae' which was registered by Dr. Jim and Sandy Wilkins of Michigan in 2000. It forms a giant size mound about 30 inches tall by 70 inches wide with oblong to ovate shaped leaves. The foliage is moderately corrugated, wavy and has thick substance. In July, the lavender colored flowers open.

The New Encyclopedia of Hostas by Diana Grenfell (2009) states: "Suitable as a background hosta or grown in semi-woodland but would be spectacular as a single specimen in a shaded courtyard with only paving or stonework as a contrast...A noticeable seasonal change in leaf color as the leaves turn dark green and the margins become more yellow."



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