Blue Hosta


Hosta plants are herbaceous perennials. The leaves of hosta plants come in a number of sizes and shapes. Shapes can be elongated (sword-shaped, for instance) or something more rounded (such as those with heart-shaped leaves). In some cases, leaves are flat; in others, concave. Hosta plants are usually treated as shade plants, since the colors of their foliage tends to fade if exposed to too much sun.

Blue Hosta has extremely dark blue, heart-shaped foliage with stark white blooms in June. Nice color addition to the shady garden.

Botanical Name: Hosta sieboldiana ‘Elegans’
Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Hardiness Zone: 3 – 9
Bloom Time: June
Height: 24″