Hosta Wide Brim

Grower's Comments: One of Mamma Rabbits favorite Hostas around the Nursery

Grows up to 36 inches tall

USDA Zone 3 to USDA Zone 9

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Lavender

Perennial, not evergreen

None

Deer, slugs

  Moisture Tolerant
  Part Sun
  Shade

FUN FACTS

Generally speaking, the larger the leaf area of a plant, the more transpiration will occur, meaning more moisture will be lost to the atmosphere.

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SizePrice
1g$6.75

A beautifully looking, narrowly oblong Hosta whose leaves are dark green in their centers and whose margins are most irregular and tend to be a creamy yellow when not leached out too much by the sun. No two leaves look the same on this beauty, but that's OK because it actually performs well with up to half a day of sun, making it one of the more versatile Hostas around. We think it does best with the morning sun and afternoon shade here in North Carolina because our summer afternoons are so intensely hot and bright. Flower blooms are pale lavender in color and come on long, slender stalks in late July. This Hosta can spread, when fully mature, to over three feet in width, so plan ahead unless you intend to dig and divide it every few years. A very dependable Hosta, and a great one to start with if you are new to Hosta gardening.