Probably one of the largest of the blue Hostas. with pointed, silver-blue leaves forming a lush mound 30 to 36 inches tall and up to 6 feet wide! Hosta 'Blue Angel' was introduced in the 70's by Paul Aden. It emerges  with blue green foliage, turning to dark green by late summer. With large ovate leaves that are slightly corrugated with a thick substance, giving a good amount of pest resistance. This huge specimen selection has big, heart-shaped blue-grey leaves and tall stems of near-white flowers on 56" scapes in midsummer, followed by fertile seeds. Plant this specimen in dappled shade. Not sun tolerant. RHS Award Of Garden Merit.

Hosta Blue Angel