Attractive variety with a fairly conventional irregular cream and green variegation pattern on slender leaves. Lavender flowers appear in summer. This is the first hosta we're trying since moving to Texas. Since our garden doesn't offer any full-shade areas, we planted it where it will receive only morning and late-afternoon sun. So far so good.
In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: foundation border
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