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Mark A. Miller

(August Moon Hosta, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Hostas need shade, right? Not always. The yellow-leaved ‘August Moon’ and other hostas with yellow leaves, tend to need more light for brilliant leaf color. Hosta are clump-forming herbaceous ornamentals grown mostly for their attractive foliage. The green-gold or chartreuse leaves of ‘August Moon’ are heart-shaped, have a pleated and crinkled texture and wavy edges. The lavender flowers are funnel or bell-shaped and appear on tall, sturdy stems in the summer.

Overall, this hosta grows...

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James H. Schutte

(Hosta, Plantain Lily, Variegated Plantain Lily)

Hosta ‘Aureomarginata’ has large, leathery, heart-shaped to ovate leaves that are olive-green in color with yellow, thin, irregularly-shaped margins. The leaves are also distinctly linear-veined. The genus originates from Asia and is comprised of approximately 40 species and thousands of hybrid cultivars. Hosta is a clump forming herbaceous ornamental grown mostly for its attractive foliage. Hosta ‘Aureomarginata’ is medium height has showy, bell-shaped flowers, lavender in color. The flowers appear...

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James H. Schutte

(Aurora Borealis Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

This bold, herbaceous perennial, 'Aurora Borealis’ is a medium to large hosta and forms spreading clumps. The leaves are large and oval with a heart-shaped base. They are thick and ribbed with deeply impressed veins. The center of the leaf is an intense blue-green and the edge are gold in a wide, irregular band. The flowers are white and funnel to bell-shaped. They on tall leafless stems held just above the foliage in late summer.

Like most hostas, Aurora Borealis’ grows best in full to partial...

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James Burghardt

(Austin Dickinson Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Austin Dickinson hosta is a classic cultivar that has immensely fragrant flowers. The clumps grow big and wide. Newly emerging large, round leaves of this cultivar are primarily green with a white creamy yellow margin. These margins fade into a bright white as spring changes to summer. Flowers appear on long stems in mid to late summer. This hosta is best used in lightly shaded perennial gardens or massed as a groundcover near a walkway so its floral fragrance can readily be enjoyed.

(Beauty Substance Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Hostas need shade, right? Not always. The chartreuse-leaved ‘Beauty Substance, like other hostas with yellow leaves, tends to need some sunlight to have intense color. Like most hostas, it forms an attractive, symmetrical clump of overlapping leaves. They are chartreuse-green with yellow margins, heart-shaped and puckered, almost corrugated. The plants are large and spreading in silhouette. Lavender, tubular flowers appear on leafless stems above the foliage in late summer.

This hosta grows best...

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James Burghardt

(Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Arguably, there is no better perennial for shade. Hosta is a clump forming herbaceous ornamental grown mostly for its attractive foliage. The genus originates from Asia and is comprised of approximately 40 species and thousands of hybrid cultivars.

Throughout the growing season they present clumps of foliage in various shades of green, blue, blue-gray or gold. Some also have variegated markings of white, cream or gold. Their flowers are variable, but are generally trumpet, funnel or bell-shaped...

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James Burghardt

(Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Arguably, there is no better perennial for shade. Hosta is a clump forming herbaceous ornamental grown mostly for its attractive foliage. The genus originates from Asia and is comprised of approximately 40 species and thousands of hybrid cultivars.

Throughout the growing season they present clumps of foliage in various shades of green, blue, blue-gray or gold. Some also have variegated markings of white, cream or gold. Their flowers are variable, but are generally trumpet, funnel or bell-shaped...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Arguably, there is no better perennial for shade. Hosta is a clump forming herbaceous ornamental grown mostly for its attractive foliage. The genus originates from Asia and is comprised of approximately 40 species and thousands of hybrid cultivars.

Throughout the growing season they present clumps of foliage in various shades of green, blue, blue-gray or gold. Some also have variegated markings of white, cream or gold. Their flowers are variable, but are generally trumpet, funnel or bell-shaped...

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James H. Schutte

(Big Daddy Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

This is one beautiful, big, blue hosta! Big Daddy plantain lily is a clump forming, shade tolerant, herbaceous perennial that is primarily grown for its ornamental foliage. In spring, it produces a large clump of rounded, corrugated, waxy leaves of blue-green. By early summer the upright, sturdy stems of white trumpet-shaped flowers appear. This hosta prefers part sun to part shade and fertile, well-drained soil. It is widely used in mixed perennial borders and massed as a large groundcover for shade....

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James H. Schutte

(Big Mama Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

A mound-forming herbaceous perennial, bold ‘Big Mama’ is a large hosta that forms spreading clumps. Its large leaves are heart-shaped, puckered and have a heavily corrugated texture. They are deep blue-green and slightly cupped. White, fertile, bell-shaped flowers appear on leafless stems held above the foliage in mid-to-late summer.

This hosta grows best in full to partial shade and tolerates a wide range of fertile well-drained soils. It has average water needs and prefers even moisture. Use...