Hosta is a popular perennial
Hosta plants are great to use to create borders around trees, flower gardens, driveways and sidewalks. These plants look lovely when growing and will give a vibrant green to any location. These plants can grow to be around 2 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide. Hosta plants will do best in well drained soils and in partially shaded and fully shaded areas. They will do best in hardiness zones 3 through 9. Hosta plants will also have long stems that will grow and have great frangranced flowers on them when in bloom.
Scientific Name: Hosta (Various)
The hosta would be a great addition to your yard. They love shade so they would look great around water. The hosta plant has big lime green leaves with a yellowish whitish color trimming around the leaves. This plant looks great just about anywhere. It can also be great along a pathway or up against your house. If you want some hostas vet some there great.
USDA Climate Zone: 3-9
Plant Height: 1-2 Feet
Spread: 2-3 Feet
Soil Type: Well Drained Soils
Sun: Partial Shade to Full Shade
Hosta is very easy to grow!
Hosta is the most popular perennial found in the United States. This plant is very tolerant of many different soil conditions and can tolerate partial shade to full shade. It blooms from July to August and the flowers that bloom are a gorgeous lavender color. The Hosta is a ground covering perennial when planted together in groups they provide a carpet of foliage that will also attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Hostas are great plants to plant around a barn, walkway or used as borders and accent pieces.