Northern Exposure Hosta

$14.95

Large blue-green leaves are edged in chartreuse and acquire a puckered texture with age.

Winner of 4 major awards from the American Hosta Society.
Large blue-green leaves are edged in chartreuse and acquire a puckered texture with age.

This variegated sport of H. Sieboldiana Elegans offers a very wide yellow-green-to-cream margin on large, flat, blue-green leaves. A fine source of cool tones for the shady garden, 'Northern Exposure' is a popular variety that has won 4 major awards from the American Hosta Society!

The plant is 32 to 36 inches tall and about 30 to 36 inches wide, with large, heart-shaped leaves of icy blue-green. The margins are generous and jagged, beginning chartreuse at the edges but tending toward cream as they join the blue. Very showy!

Space these plants about 3 feet apart in partial to full shade. Very adaptable and trouble-free, the plant acquires some puckering as it matures.