Hosta 'Twin Cities'
[L] Chris and Cynthia Wilhoite of Soules Garden in Indiana discovered this reverse sport of 'St. Paul'. 'Twin Cities' has big, rounded, blue leaves circled by a wide yellow edge. With age, the foliage becomes quite dimpled and textured, and the color can vary greatly depending on how much light the plant gets. Hosta 'Twin Cities' grows considerably larger than its parent, growing into a beautiful, semi-upright mound about 32" tall and 60" or more wide. Blooms with lavender flowers in early to mid summer.