Plant Type: Hostas
Hosta ‘Barbara Ann’ is a tissue culture sport of Hosta ‘Elegans’ with great variegation. Like its parent it is rather slow growing but will make a wonderful specimen when it matures. Forms a stunning clump of thick blue-gray leaves with very attractive cream to white margins. This hosta is corrugated, blue-green leaves with a broad margins. Near-white flowers appear on 24″ scapes in midsummer.
Leaf Size: 12″ x 9″
Blooms: Near white in early summer.
Light: Moderate to full shade for best color.
Soil: Rich, moist, well-drained.
Similar and Related Plants: American Halo, Elegans, Northern Exposure
Growing & Maintenance Tips:
Foliage ColorGreen Shades with Variegated white edges
Characteristics & Attributes
ExposurePart to Full Shade