Hosta 'Sum and Substance' - Z2, 36"H x 50"W, early emerging, fast grower, can tolerate full sun, one of 10 best for good slug resistance, 2004 Hosta of the year , 2015 Benedict Award, AHS #5 of top 20.
Hosta Sum and Substance - Perhaps the largest and most popular hosta. This award winner has immense leathery leaves of chartreuse that become gold as summer approaches. A bold landscape feature when accentuated by smaller bright-colored hostas and other perennials. Resists slug damage. Herbaceous perennial. Hosta of the Year, 2004. Shade loving.
Green and yellow border in railway sleeper raised beds - Dicksonia antartica, Euphorbia mellifera, Hosta 'Sum and Substance', Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola', Carex comans, Rodgersia, Geranium maderense. | GAP Gardens
Sum of All is a sport of the very popular hosta Sum and Substance and is one of the largest hostas available on the market today. The 16” broadly ovate leaves are green with fantastic 1 inch wide margins. Plants form an enormous 5 foot wide clump of sun tolerant and slug resistant foliage. A superb specimen plant.