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Hosta 'First Frost' is one of Wendy's Faves this season. Here's what she has to say:
I’ve always loved Hostas and now with my shady balcony, I appreciate them even more. They do well in containers too. The leaves of First Frost have an intense heart of blue that is surrounded by bright, buttery yellow edging. Even as the colours fade in the warmth of summer, this Hosta will always catch your eye.
Hosta of the Year 2010. This hosta looks great all season. Its intense blue-green leaves have a bright gold margin in spring that matures to creamy white in the summer. Slug resistant!
Hostas are hardy, versatile perennials that are perfect for shaded gardens and require little care. They offer large, bold leaves often marked with contrasting colours. They thrive in all soils from pure clay to boggy ground and they usually get bigger every year. The leaves range in shape from round to lance-shaped, and colours can be yellow to green to blue, often with white, yellow or green marginal markings. Their dense foliage crowds out most garden weeds. Hostas will bear flowers, usually lavender or white flowers, that grow on tall stalks in early summer. They make a wonderful contrast when planted with small-leaved plants and most certainly add texture to the landscape.