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Hosta Reversed will form a medium sized mound of about 14"-18" in height, with a spread of up to 28", at maturity. It is grown for its attractive foliage. Its has large, puckered, heart-shaped leaves that have heavy, parallel veins and are pale-cream with blue-green, irregular margins. Originally registered in 1978, but rarely seen today. A really stunning Hosta when grown well, but not the easiest. Can be challenging to get going, best started in a container and potted on gradually, but rewards with a spectacular leaf with a light green/glaucous green border, and a rugose texture. In June & July, it bears spikes of lavender, bell-shaped flowers on upright stems of 28" tall. Needs dappled shade to do well, worth trying against small ferns and small blue Hostas.

Hosta Reversed

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