Hosta Blue Angel
This hosta is one of the largest, growing up to 6 feet wide, is aptly named for its silvery blue-green leaves and small, white bell-like flowers
This hosta is one of the largest, growing up to 6 feet wide, is aptly named for its silvery blue-green leaves and small, white bell-like flowers which grow on spikes as tall as 4 feet in height. These spikes are a great contrast to the full, uniform mound of foliage.
Full Shade to Partial Sun
Regular watering to keep the soil moist but are drought tolerant once established
Average Landscape Size:
Growth Height: up to 30”
Growth Width: up to 72”
Loves the shade, Easy Care, Attracts Hummingbirds, Large spread
Containers, Woodland Gardens, Border, Urban Gardens, Mass Planting
30” tall mounding and up to 72” wide
Grows Well With
Bleeding Heart, Anemone, Coral Bells
To establish a deep root system, water regularly during first season. Though drought tolerant once established, it prefers moist, well-drained soil, rich in humus. Divide every 2 to 3 years and remove dead foliage in early spring.
Water:Regular watering to keep the soil moist but is drought tolerant once established.
Sunlight:Full Shade to Partial Sun
- Native to Canada
- Salt Tolerant
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