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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

(Ginko Craig Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Hostas are herbaceous perennials grown for their leaves, habit, tolerance for shade, and toughness. This one, the unusual ‘Ginko Craig,’ is a small hosta that forms attractive, low, spreading clumps, very useful for edging. It has two distinct leaf forms. The juvenile leaves are small, lance-shaped and green with neat white margins. The mature leaves are larger with wavy, irregular white margins. Plants mature in four to six years; the juvenile form may be retained by dividing the clumps often. Purple,...

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James H. Schutte

(Gold Drop Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Hostas need shade, right? Not always. The chartreuse-leaved ‘Gold Drop’ actually needs a bit of sun to develop its brightest color. It is an herbaceous perennials grown for its leaves, habit, and toughness. It is tiny, as hostas go, with glowing chartreuse to gold leaves arranged in a charming tuft. The leaves are heart-shaped and smooth. The flowers are white, bell to funnel-shaped, and appear on leafless stems held above the foliage in midsummer.

Like most hostas, ‘Gold Drop’ grows best in full...

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James H. Schutte

(Gold Edger Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

To show off its glowing leaves, this tiny hosta, ‘Gold Edger,’ needs a bit of sun. An herbaceous perennial, it is prized for its green-gold leaves gathered in a charming, slightly wayward clump. The leaves are heart-shaped, tapered, and substantial in texture. The flowers are white, bell to funnel-shaped, and appear on leafless stems held above the foliage in midsummer.

Like most hostas, ‘Gold Edger’ grows best in partial shade and tolerates a wide range of well-drained soils. It needs at least...

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James H. Schutte

(Gold Regal Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Hostas need shade, right? Not always. The richly hued ‘Gold Regal,’ like other hostas with yellow leaves, needs a bit of sun to develop its brightest color. An herbaceous perennial grown for its habit, toughness, and attractive leaves, it is medium-sized and chartreuse-gold. Its glowing leaves are heart-shaped, pointed, substantial, and corrugated like cardboard. The plant is mound-shaped and spreading in habit. The flowers are lavender, bell-to-funnel-shaped, and appear on leafless stems held above...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Gold Standard Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Gold standard plantain lily is a clump forming, shade tolerant, herbaceous perennial that is primarily grown for its ornamental foliage. In spring, it produces a neat clump of heart-shaped, chartreuse to yellow-green leaves that are surrounded by a darker green margin. In midsummer, upright, sturdy stems of trumpet-shaped, lavender-blue 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...

(Golden Fanfare Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Hostas are herbaceous perennials grown for their attractive leaves, tolerance for shade, toughness, and mounding habit. This one, ‘Golden Fanfare,' is notable for its soft-yellow leaves and glowing presence in a shady spot. It is a medium-sized plant and makes an open clump of leaves that are wide, flat, and heart-shaped. The flower are lavender and funnel shaped. They appear above the leaves in clusters atop leafless stems.

Like most hostas, ‘Golden Fanfare,' grows best in partial shade to full...

(Golden Medallion Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Hosta are herbaceous perennials grown for their mounding habit, tolerance for shade, toughness, and attractive leaves. This one, ‘Golden Medallion,’ has glowing, golden-green leaves that take on their brightest color when the plant has a bit of sun. The leaves are waxy, heavily textured, cupped, corrugated and heart-shaped. The flowers are white, bell-to funnel-shaped and appear on tall, leafy stems above the foliage in midsummer. The plants are slow-growing and form meiums-sized clumps.

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James H. Schutte

(Golden Prayers Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Hostas need shade, right? Not always. This small hosta, ‘Golden Prayers,’ needs a bit of sun to develop its full glowing color. An herbaceous perennial, it is grown for its mounding habit and bright yellow leaves. They are cupped, corrugated, heavily textured and heart-shaped, with wavy edges. The flowers are pale lavender, bell to funnel-shaped and appear on leafless stems held above the foliage in late summer.

Like most hostas, ‘Golden Prayers, grows best in full to partial shade and tolerates...

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James H. Schutte

(Golden Scepter Plantain Lily, Hosta, Plantain Lily)

Hostas need shade, right? Not always. This one, the yellow-leaved ‘Golden Scepter,’ needs some sun to develop its warmest color. Hostas are grown for their habit, toughness and attractive leaves, like those of 'Golden Scepter' which are a sunny golden yellow, heart-shaped and deeply ribbed. The flowers are lavender, bell-shaped and appear in clusters atop leafless stems held above the foliage in midsummer. The plant is vigorous, small, and forms a spreading mound.

Like most hostas, ‘Golden Scepter’...