Go Back Brentwood Blues

Hosta 'Brentwood Blues'
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Plant Type: Hostas

You’ll be singing the blues…the Brentwood blues…with this sport of ‘Rhythm and Blues’ discovered by Steve Watson of Brentwood, Tennessee. Blue-green, pointed leaves are edged by a clean white margin that doesn’t seem to be quite as wavy as its parent. Foliage is of good substance and the leaf centers transition to green by the end of the season. Hosta ‘Brentwood Blues’ is a strong grower that will form a somewhat arching mound about 10″ high and 24″ across that blooms in late summer with lavender marked white flowers.


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Flower Color


Foliage Color

Blue-green with White marigins

Plant Spread


Good Companions

Plant Height


Scape Height

Hardness Zone


Soil Moisture

Moist and highly organic

Characteristics & Attributes


Bloom Time

July to August

Critter Resistance


Full Shade/Part shade

Growth Rate


Seasonal Interests