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Hosta Sagae will form an impressive vase-shaped, mound of about 30"-32" in height, with a spread of up to 60" at maturity. It has large, thick, wavy, widely oval, frosted blue-green leaves, turning grey-green, and adorned with broad irregular yellow margins. Emerging bright yellow, the margins turn creamy white as the season progresses. Celadon streaks are painted in the area between the centre and the margin. Racemes of funnel-shaped lavender flowers appear in profusion, in summer, on scapes rising well above the foliage mound up to 50". Slow to establish, at first, this spectacular Hosta eventually makes a remarkable specimen and adds great form and colour to a shady area. Good sun tolerance and great slug resistance. American Hosta Growers Association Hosta Of The Year 2000 & RHS Award Of 

Hosta Sagae