Sum and Substance - 2004 Hosta of the year! - Live Plant - Quart Pot
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HOSTA: It is difficult to find a garden that is without this versitile East Asian native. Lush foliage in diverse colors, heights and textures, coupled with its ability to excel in deep shade have captured gardeners’ hearts everywhere.
Shade Loving Hosta Sum And Substance. 2004 Hosta of the Year! Deeply veined, large glossy chartreuse leaves. Foliage 30" tall, lilac flower in July and August, 30-36" tall. The grower in Holland told us, "The leaves are so strong, you could park your bicycle against them." Unequaled for their beautiful foliage, low care, and many landscape uses. Hosta provide bright color in the shade with handsome, broad, ribbed foliage in many colors. Very showy from early spring until late fall. Excellent for shade, sun or partial shade....they don't need dividing. Grown even in moist locations. Plant 18-24" apart. They take about 1 year to establish themselves.