Plant Type: Hostas
This hosta will grow up to be nineteen inches high and forty-three inches wide in a semi-upright habit. The leaves are a deep green shade and are eight and a half inches long and seven and one fourth inches wide. They are cupped, corrugated, and are in good substance.
The flowers on the ‘Cup of Grace’ hosta will bloom into a beautiful white flower in midsummer to late summer on twenty four to thirty inch scapes. This hosta grows at a medium growth rate.
‘Cup of Grace’ has dark green, heart-shaped leaves. Very flat, very shiny, deeply cupped, corrugated, elliptic to nearly round, cordate base leaves. Comes from hosta ‘Halcyon’. It blooms white flowers just above the rosette of leaves. Hosta ‘Cup of Grace’ was registered in 2009 by D. & M. Beilstei.
Growing & Maintenance Tips:
Flower ColorWhite shades
Foliage ColorDeep green shades
Plant Spread43 inches
Plant Height19 inches
Scape Height30 inches
Soil MoistureAverage soil, Fertile soil
Characteristics & Attributes
Bloom TimeMidsummer, Late summer
Exposureshade to part shade