Hosta

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    Includes 2 each of Minuteman, Blue Giant and Frances Williams. 
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    A double-flowered selection of the 'August Lily'. The true highlight of this hosta is the elegance and superb...
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    This small hosta gleams like a beacon. Round to heart-shaped, cupped leaves of mid-green is edged with very wide,...
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    Gleaming yellow color stands out like a full moon in a dark sky. Foliage emerges bright yellow and transitions to a...
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    (P.P. 30769) Add some variety to your shade garden with this smoky blue beauty. Part of the Shadowland(R) series,...
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    (P.P. 33318) A hosta you just can't miss, especially if you're a fan of "Empress Wu". Large, pretty as a picture...
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    This offer includes one each of: Brim Cup, Lakeside Paisley Print, Empress Wu and Diamond Lake. 4 Plants in total....
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    (P.P. 27151) Zones 3-9 If you like 'Fire Island' then let this hosta add some fresh island fun to your garden....
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    The name alone should give you a clue that this hosta grows to a monstrous size! The dark green, heavily corrugated...
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    Striking color contrast. Deep blue-green leaves have wide white margins that stay bright even in up to 3/4 day of...
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    Zones 3-9 (P.P. 32127) Adds a bit of fun as well as wonderful texture and variety to shade gardens. Wavy-edged,...
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Hosta: USDA Zones 3-8. These hardy perennials are ideal for ground covers, low borders, perennial bed edges and around the base of trees. Hostas prefer organically rich, well-drained soils. Partial shade is better than full sun for most varieties, except in cooler, more moist locations where they can tolerate or become acclimated to more sun. The foliage is frost sensitive and will freeze to the ground in winter but re-grows early in spring to grow all season. Snails and slugs are a Hosta's worst enemy. Avoid them with pesticides you'll find under our Supplies tab and Insect Control heading.