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(Blue Diamond Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

A small to medium-sized hosta, ‘Blue Diamond’ forms tidy clumps of somewhat upright leaves that are medium-sized, diamond to lance-shaped, and resistant to slugs, ordinarily a pest of hostas. The leaves are a powdery blue-green and have heavy substance. Lavender bell-shaped flowers with white stripes appear on leafless stems held just above the foliage in midsummer.

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

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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...

(Blue Giant Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Hostas are herbaceous perennials grown for their attractive leaves, tolerance for shade, toughness, and mounding habit. This one, the huge ‘Blue Giant,’ makes a clump of overlapping, heart-shaped, blue-green leaves that are thick and heavily corrugated and held extended on stout petioles (leaf stems). The flower are white and bell-to-funnel-shaped. They appear above the leaves in cluster atop upright leafless stems.

Like most hostas, ‘Blue Giant’ grows best in full to partial shade, tolerates...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Blue Mammoth Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Herbaceous perennials, hostas are grown mostly for their adaptability and attractive leaves, but some are also notable for their size. This one, ‘Blue Mammoth,’ is very large and forms a broad, tall clump of huge, oval to heart-shaped, puckered leaves that are blue-green, substantial, and resistant to slugs (a pest of many hostas). Pale lavender, funnel to bell-shaped flowers appear on leafless stems held above the foliage in late spring or early summer.

This imposing hosta grows best in full...

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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 H. Schutte

(Blue Moon Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

A delicate but sturdy herbaceous perennial, ‘Blue Moon’ is a petite hosta that forms small, spreading clumps. Its leaves are heart-shaped, cupped, thick and puckered. They are also a notably deep blue-green. Pale lavender to white flowers that are funnel and bell-shaped appear on leafless stems above the foliage in late summer.

This little 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...

(Blue Shadows Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

A shade-loving herbaceous perennial, the hosta ‘Blue Shadows’ has large, puckered, variegated leaves with chartreuse centers and broad margins of dark blue-green. The leaves are oval, pointed, ribbed and have good slug resistance. The white flowers are bell-shaped and appear in midsummer in a fan-like cluster on tall leafless stems held above the foliage. The plant is compact and forms a mound of overlapping leaves.

This hosta grows best in full to partial shade and tolerates a wide range of...

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James H. Schutte

(Blue Umbrellas Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

The herbaceous perennial ‘Blue Umbrellas’ is a very large hosta that develops a distinctive symmetrical, horizontal canopy shaped like an umbrella. Its huge, oval to heart-shaped leaves are thick, deeply ribbed and glossy, with leaf margins that roll under. The leaf color is a deep, rich blue-green. Pale lavender to white, funnel to bell-shaped flowers appear on leafless stems held just above the foliage in midsummer.

This hosta grows best in full to partial shade and tolerates a wide range of...

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James H. Schutte

(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

(Blue Wedgwood Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

An herbaceous perennial grown for its attractive foliage, ‘Blue Wedgwood’ is a small to medium-sized hosta. It forms spreading clumps of remarkably uniform upright, grayish-blue-green leaves that are wedge-shaped, cupped, substantial and puckered. Pale lavender to white, bell-shaped flowers appear on leafless stems held above the foliage in late summer.

Like most hostas, ‘Blue Wedgwood’ grows best in full to partial shade and tolerates a wide range of well-drained soils. It has average water...