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A very tropical looking hosta-looking thing. Love it. Most beautiful leaves Ive seen! Want them in my future fantasy garden. Lots of them. From the mouth of various commentors : it is NOT a hosta! Its actually a tropical prayer plant- calathea orbigolia-

Ferns

curling leaves - fern fronds the love of ferns and shade gardens

Beautiful hosta garden. Lots of photos   with names of the plants on them.

Idea for back left corner of yard next to fence - Beautiful hosta garden. Lots of photos with names of the plants on them.

Shrubs with Winter Interest - Winterberry in snow, deciduous, zones 3-9, 6-8', white blooms June-July, full sun part shade, with winter interest. | Proven Winners                                                                                                                                                     More

Draw Songbirds With Winterberry Holly

Shrubs with Winter Interest---great red berries! - Winterberry in snow, deciduous, zones white blooms June-July, full sun part shade, with winter interest.

This sport of Hosta 'Summer Breeze' (which was a sport of Hosta 'Summer Music') was discovered by Illinois's Mark Zilis. Hosta 'Summer Lovin' makes a dazzling 22" tall x 50" wide clump of corrugated dark green leaves (darker than its parent) surrounded by a wide golden border. For us, Hosta 'Summer Lovin' has shown exceptional garden vigor in our trials. To the delight of hummingbirds in early summer, the clumps are topped with 30" tall scapes of light lavender flowers...stunning!

Hosta Summer Lovin

Hosta 'Summer Lovin' (M. Zilis part sun to lt shade. 22 tall x 50 wide clump of corrugated dark green leaves surrounded by a wide golden border. Early summer 30 tall scapes of light lavender flowers.

Hostas for sale buy Hosta 'Inniswood'

Hosta Inniswood

Hosta 'Inniswood' -- From Inniswood Gardens in Ohio, this sport of Hosta 'Sun Glow' with corrugated, rounded gold foliage and a wide, deep green edge has become a world favorite hosta. Just planted mine

Persian Shield. Lovely colours. Cut a leaf in half crossways, poke into soil and water, they will grow roots (the same as a Coleus or Begonia Rex) and you get extra plants.

Persian Shield- my new favorite plant- gorgeous colors in shade especially; cut leaf, put in water to get roots, and poke in ground for more plants!

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