'Orange Marmalade' - a slow grower for me. Need to try moving it away from my Linden tree.
'Paradise Island' was badly attacked by slugs last year (as were many of my hostas when I was away for the first 10 days of July). It's looking good this year, but seems much smaller. I dug it up to ensure there wasn't anything going on with the roots and replanted and will hope for the best.
'Patriot' - was moved a couple of years ago to be next to its sport, 'Loyalist'. The inverted colours compliment each other really well.
'Paul's Glory' has looked glorious the last few years.
'Peppermint Ice'. Nobody has indicated a rhizomatous tendency for this one, but mine certainly appears to be as it puts up new eyes at some distance from the original crown. The Hosta Library shows 2 distinct plants under this name. Chris from Hallson gardens think mine is the correct one.
'Pewterware' - a streaked division from a friend's garden. Last year, I had a large section reverted to solid blue, but I wasn't successful in separating it and that section died. It now has 4 good streaked eyes.
'Pixie Vamp' and 'Popo' share a container, but I think PV wants it all. I'll need to find a garden location for her.
'Praying Hands' has not been a fast grower for me, but it seems to like this location in a very narrow garden where it can be seen from all sides.
'Punky' gets lighter in the leaf centre all summer. A sport of 'Blue Wedgewood' which I have planted next to it.
'Rainbow's End', with it's glossy leaves is about as close to a slug-proof hosta as I can get in my garden.