Hosta hybrid ‘Queen of the Seas’

Description

This large selection forms a very nice mound of heavily rippled blue-green foliage. Taller, upright form and fantastic foliage make this hosta a sight to behold in the shade garden. Leaves are bluest in spring and become dark green by late summer when the glaucous coating fades. Lightly cupped leaves helps show off their white backsides. Near white flowers appear in early summer. Grows to 24″ high with a 48″ spread. Attracts hummingbirds. Part to full shade. Hardy to Zone 9. Photo courtesy of NH Hostas.

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This large selection forms a very nice mound of heavily rippled blue-green foliage. Taller, upright form and fantastic foliage make this hosta a sight to behold in the shade garden. Leaves are bluest in spring and become dark green by late summer when the glaucous coating fades. Lightly cupped leaves helps show off their white backsides. Near white flowers appear in early summer. Grows to 24″ high with a 48″ spread. Attracts hummingbirds. Part to full shade. Hardy to Zone 9. Photo courtesy of NH Hostas.

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