I’ve had Hosta Sun Power for a several years, but for one reason or the other, never under ideal conditions.
Last spring, I divided my clump and planted it in the raised corner bed to provide a backdrop for my Santa Cruz and San Francisco begonia.
Here is the same bed a year later. You can see how rapidly Hosta Sun Power is filling the space. A mature Sun Power has a spread of up to 5 feet so one clump will fill most of the awkward to reach back corner of this bed.
The foliage on Hosta Sun Power is high impact with its bright chartreuse to gold color and slightly rippled leaf edges.
No margins or variegation on these leaves, Sun Power makes a showy statement without them.
Mine are in flower with pretty spikes of pale lavender or orchid colored blooms.
Hosta Sun Power at a glance:
Sun Power when mature will reach heights of 27-29 inches or 70-75 cm
Sun Power will spread out to 47-59 inches or 120-150 cm so be sure to give it lots of space in your garden.
Vigor & Size:
Hosta ‘Sun Power’ is a large-sized hosta. It’s size, spread and gorgeous sunny color make it an excellent choice for background plantings in your garden
Large leaves are slightly twisted giving a ripple-effect to the edges. Leaf color ranges from chartreuse to bright gold, and for best color this hosta likes a bit of morning sun.
Flowers are a pale orchid or lilac color on 36″ scapes.
Hosta Sun Power is perfect choice for bright sunny color in shade to part shade gardens so be sure to pin it for your wish list.
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