Hosta, Hadspen Blue

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Hosta 'Hadspen Blue'

Height: 9-16in
Spread: 12-24in
Zone: 3-8
Bloom Time/Color: July-August; lavender/white
Uses: Massing, borders, shade garden, specimen
Maintenance: Low
Other: Attracts hummingbirds, cut flower

Hostas continue to be the mainstays of the shade garden and the backdrops for other smaller perennials. If given consistent even moisture, hostas can be planted in most soils in shade and will require little care thereafter. Hostas will grow into large clumps and can be easily divided and moved; plant in mass or borders for a bold effect. Aside from the varying color schemes of hosta leaves, most are green and will produce slender stalks of bell-shaped flowers by mid-summer. Both the leaves and flowers make decent cut flowers and can be used in mixed arrangements. Flowers also attract hummingbirds and other pollinators. 'Hadspen Blue' has striking powdery blue-grey leaves that form a nice, medium sized mound; one of the best hostas for blue leaves.

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