Hosta By Kelley

Itsy Bitsy Spider (May 2017)  Less than an inch diameter. Grows to be six inches in diameter.

"HEY! This page is grow'n!

and in process just like ME!"

Popcorn                                Added:  2012    Discontinued: - -

                                       Height Range:    6 to 12 inches

                                       Diameter Range: 12 to 25 inches

                                       Scape Height:   -- to -- inches


                                              Scape          Blooms        Scape

Year   Spiked   Count     Came from           Seen      First     Last     Faded

2012                      No Record

2013   Replaced           No Record

2014   Replaced 1d        No Record

2015   5/26/15  3d

2016   4/13/16  2d

2017   Replaced 1c       Kelley & Kelley     [Flower cycle completed upon receipt]

Other Notes

August 2017

This is a plant that keeps coming and going in this garden.  It was first introduced in my space for its 'cupped' leaves.

During the summer of 2016 I moved plants around and found one of the divisions was missing during this hosta's move.  Unfortunately the hosta that was taken(?) was the oldest of the three hosta.  The winter of 2016 took the other two plants.

During the summer of 2017 I began to collect my wits about the loss of the plants that had gone to central MN for 2016 wintering. I ask Kelley & Kelley about the plants I want and find that they do have Popcorn.  Not only do they have it Steve goes out to the [back] collection and digs me a clump from their own round of it!

Hosta Categories



Y Primary Collection

  East Retaining Wall

  Management Office/Loft 101 (Watched)

  Mouse Ears Collection      (Watched)

  East Side Garden   (Forfeited)

  Building Back Side (Forfeited)



Y Aesthetic Collection

Y Chaos and Destruction Collection


Other Classifications

  Hard to Find List

  Past Plants List


Collection Notes


Aesthetic Collection

This plant has cupped leaves when mature.  Centers are white with a green edge to them


Chaos and Distruction

Popcorn is probably one of the most violent, and probably the loudest, foods we prepare.  The act of it popping is certainly chaotic!

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