"June" hosta, one of my favorites, is lutescent, meaning it's color lightens with more direst sunlight. This is at the very shady end of the 'June' spectrum. At the other end, lighter blue-green leaves have light yellow-white streaks out to the leaf edge. In the PNW, 'June is a late Summer bloomer, sometimes as late as September.
Hosta 'June' Zone 3-8 15" Part Sun to Light Shade From England, creamy-centered sport of standard Hosta 'Halcyon'. Each leaf emerges with blue edges and a brilliant creamy center that gradually changes to dark chartreuse. shockingly beautiful hostas that stands out. some morning sun for best coloration. 3' wide clumps topped with light violet flowers on 20" scapes in early summer...attractive to hummingbirds.
Shade Perennial - 'Autumn Frost' Hosta: A variegated masterpiece with stellar relatives, 'Autumn Frost' is a sport from the 2010 Hosta of the Year 'First Frost'. How does 'Autumn Frost' differ? It offers extra-wide yellow margins that contrast nicely against green-blue leaves. 'Autumn Frost' forms a medium-size, 12-inch tall mound of foliage that is twice as wide as it is tall. It's topped with light lavender flowers in mid- to late summer.
Gentle Giant Hosta Description (P. Black 2006) Giant Hosta Cultivar Absolutely stunning specimen plant! Forms a very tall mound of upright blue-green foliage. Hosta 'Gentle Giant' is impressive with its cupped leaves that are round and wavy. A mature clump of 'Gentle Giant' demands attention! One of the best blue hostas for sun tolerance. Fertile lavender flowers early summer. Color: Blue-green Size: 46 inches tall by 70 inches wide Type: Giant Blue Hosta