Hosta 'Golden Meadows' has long been a favorite...but it has been virtually unavailable here in the US. Discovered in 1992 by nurseryman Reiner van Elderen, it was 2005 before it finally reached the market. Hosta 'Golden Meadows' is a stunning sport of Hosta sieboldiana 'Elegans' that forms an 18" tall x 3' wide clump of creamy white-centered leaves that age to muted gold, edged with a heavily stitched, wide blue-green border. This is one of the most instantly recognizable hosta cultivars in our garden. More morning sun helps to keep the leaf color bright.