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  • Monti Ahrens

    'Rainbow's End' Hosta Shade plant

  • Donna Opthoff

    Rainbow's End Hosta - Shade Perennial Slug Resistant Hosta Plant - would like one of these - very interesting.

  • Joy Kelly Elliott Snyder

    'Rainbow's End' Hosta. If you're looking for a bold dash of color for your shade garden, 'Rainbow's End' will fill the bill. This wildly variegated hosta sports bright yellow leaves with dark green margins. In summer, the centers brighten to a creamy white. 'Rainbow's End' forms a medium-size mound of attractive heart-shape leaves. In late summer, this hosta sends up showy red scapes topped with tubular dark lavender flowers

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Shade garden ... would love to have one of these but our yard gets no shade