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Hosta 'Tears in Heaven'
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Plant Type: Hostas

A beautifully cascading blue hosta whose movement is reminiscent of waterfall. ‘Tears in Heaven’ has an upright habit that’s unique from other blue hosta. Ruffled, wedge-shaped leaves have an intense blue color that remains late into the season. Pale lavender flowers with darker lavender pattern on center of petals.

The Hosta Helper reports: Registered by Hans Hansen of Walters Gardens, Inc. of Michigan in 2019, this upright growing cultivar is a seedling of [(H. ‘Neptune’ × H. ‘Fulda’) × H. ‘Joy Ride’] × [H. ‘Neptune’ × (H. ‘Neptune’ × H. ‘Winfield Blue’)]. It is a medium size plant about 15 inches high by 28 inches wide with blue-green foliage that has a heavily rippled margin. The leaves are lanceolate, moderately cupped, heavily folded and intensely wavy. Pale lavender flowers with lavender stripes bloom from late July into August on blue scapes 12 to 24 inches tall.


Growing & Maintenance Tips:

Flower Color

Purple shades

Foliage Color

Blue shades

Plant Spread


Good Companions

Plant Height


Scape Height


Hardness Zone


Soil Moisture

Moist and highly organic

Characteristics & Attributes


Bloom Time

Mid summer

Critter Resistance



shade to part sun

Growth Rate


Seasonal Interests

mid to late summer