Hosta sieboldiana var. Elegans


from 3 units: £4.09
from 5 units: £3.99

Availability : Available

Description :

A safe bet

The Hosta sieboldiana species is native to Japan and appreciated for its giant size (up to 1 metre), its 50 cm long, thick, puckered leaves and its great vigour.

Hosta sieboldiana var 'Elegans' has very attractive sculptural blue-grey leaves and spikes of lilac trumpet flowers. As an edging plant it contrasts beautifully with other remarkable foliage plants: ferns, Polygonatum, Heuchera, Convallaria majalis 'Albostriata', Brunnera, Hakonechloa.

And in the autumn, a dramatic scene as its huge leaves turn golden yellow.

Snail resistant, vigorous growth, an architectural habit. Over the years Hosta sieboldiana 'Elegans' will always be a safe bet.

Grow in partial shade in good, fertile, damp, but well-drained garden soil, sheltered from drying winds. It is possible to grow this hosta in alkaline soil by adding a topsoil layer of compost or ericaceous compost. Mulch at the beginning of spring.

- 12 cm pot

- Hardiness zones : zone 6-10
- Height: 70 to 100cm
- Plant spacing: 70 cm

- Flower colour: mauve
- Flowering period: summer flowers
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