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James H. Schutte

(Hosta, Pineapple Upside Down Cake Plantain Lily, 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, Pizzazz Plantain Lily, Plantain Lily)

Hostas are herbaceous perennials grown for their attractive leaves, mounding habit, tolerance for shade, and toughness. This one, ‘Pizzazz,’ forms neat clumps of heart-shaped leaves are that have good substance and are wavy, corrugated, and frosty blue-green with wide, irregular creamy-white margins. White bell-to-funnel-shaped flowers appear on leafless stems held above the foliage in midsummer.

Like most hostas, ‘Pizzazz’ grows best in full to partial shade, tolerates a wide range of well-drained...

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James Burghardt

(Hosta, Plantain Lily, Potomac Pride Plantain Lily)

Potomac pride hosta, or plantain lily, is a clump forming, shade tolerant, herbaceous perennial that is primarily grown for its ornamental foliage. In late spring, it produces a large clump of puckered, rounded leaves of dark green, and in midsummer upright stems of trumpet-shaped lavender flowers appear. This hosta prefers part sun to part shade and fertile, well drained soil. It is widely used in mixed perennial borders or planted in masses as a groundcover for shade. Most plantain lilies are highly...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Hosta, Plantain Lily, Purple Heart 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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Mark A. Miller

(Hosta, Plantain Lily, Queen Josephine Plantain Lily)

Queen Josephine hosta, or plantain lily, is a clump forming, shade tolerant, herbaceous perennial that is primarily grown for its ornamental variegated foliage. In late spring, it produces a neat clump of heart-shaped, dark green leaves with a thin gold margin. In mid to late summer upright stems of funnel-shaped flowers of light purple appear. This hosta prefers part sun to part shade and fertile, well drained soil. It is widely used in mixed perennial borders or planted in masses as a groundcover...

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James Burghardt

(Hosta, Plantain Lily, Radiant Edger Plantain Lily)

Hostas need shade, right? Not always. The chartreuse-leafed ‘Radiant Edger,’ and other hostas with yellow leaves, needs a bit of sun to develop its warmest colors. Hostas are herbaceous perennials prized for their mounding habit, toughness and variety of leaf shape and color. This smallish hosta has heart-shaped leaves that are a medium green with wide chartreuse margins. They have good substance, are ribbed, and form a dense clump. The flowers are lavender and funnel-shaped and appear on leafless...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Hosta, Plantain Lily, Raspberry Sundae 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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Mark Kane

(Hosta, Plantain Lily, Regal Splendor Plantain Lily)

What a large, elegant hosta for the garden! Regal splendor hosta, or plantain lily, is a clump forming, shade tolerant, herbaceous perennial that is primarily grown for its ornamental variegated foliage. In late spring, it produces an unusually upright clump of heart-shaped, blue-green leaves with an ivory margin. In early to midsummer upright stems of bell-shaped flowers of lavender appear. This hosta prefers part sun to part shade and fertile, well drained soil. It is widely used in mixed perennial...

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James Burghardt

(Hosta, Plantain Lily, Revolution Plantain Lily)

Hostas are herbaceous perennials grown for their attractive leaves, mounding habit, toughness, and tolerance for shade. This one, the stunning ‘Revolution,’ forms medium-sized, neat, sturdy clumps of pointed, oval leaves that are very thick and ribbed, with creamy white centers flecked and streaked with dark-green, and margins widely streaked in two shades of green. Pale lavender, trumpet-shaped flowers appear on pale leafless stems held above the foliage in midsummer.

Like most hostas, ‘Revolution’...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hosta, Plantain Lily, Richland Gold Hosta)

Hostas need shade, right? Not always. The gold-leafed ‘Richland Gold’ 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 heart-shaped leaves of ‘Richland Gold’ emerge green-gold and mature to a rich clear gold. They are of good substance and ribbed. Light lavender flowers are funnel-shaped and appear on leafy stems held above the foliage in midsummer. The plants...