Among the most important hostas ever introduced, Golden Tiara forms a compact mound of broadly oval to heart shaped, mid green leaves, up to 5″ long (12cm), irregularly margined chartreuse. Over time, the narrow margins change to golden yellow before fading to cream. Profuse bell shaped, deep purple flowers appear in summer, rising on scapes 24″ Long (60cm). Golden Tiara reportedly has better tolerance to dry soils than other hostas. Sturdy and vigourous, it grows happily inmost gardens without special attention. It looks beautful in containers.

Grow in partial to full shade, in moist but well drained soil. Grows to heights of 2 feet with a spread of 4 feet. Ideal for beds and borders, edging and ground cover, patio and containers, and underplanting shrubs such as roses.

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