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Hosta 'The Mighty Quinn'
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Plant Type: Hostas

A large hosta with wide, blue leaves and a creamy yellow border that eventually turns white. This sport of ‘Frost Giant’ stands in a nice upright position.

Once you see it, you must have it. This wide blue leafed, yellow margined, probably tetraploid, sport of ‘Frost Giant’ is the ultimate specimen hosta. Its upright habit displays its showy variegation for all to see. Our new favorite. (Solberg 2020) (Sport of ‘Frost Giant’). Large, (26″ x 48″)

This is a large hosta which is a sport of ‘Frost Giant’ from Bob Solberg of Green Hill Farm in North Carolina. It is an upright growing, blue-green hosta with creamy white marginal variegation. The leaves are broadly ovate, slightly wavy and slightly corrugated. It flowers from June into July.


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Characteristics & Attributes


Yellow margin turns white in mid summer.

Bloom Time

June & July

Critter Resistance



Part to full shade

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Seasonal Interests

mid to late summer