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  • Machelle Barrett

    A white hosta, I never imagined! This Filigree Hosta Needs to be in my shade garden.

  • Heather Evans

    A white hosta, This Filigree Hosta Plant would look amazing in a moon garden

  • The Joyful Caregivers Guide

    Filigree Hosta #gardens

  • Holly Kaufman

    A white hosta, I never imagined! This Filigree Hosta Plant is perfect! -- Looks like White Feathers - check it out.

  • Deb Enlow

    White Hostas are beautiful additions to shaded areas or a shady 'white' garden.

  • Tari Holtslander

    Another great find on #zulily! Filigree Hosta Plant by Breck’s #zulilyfinds

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A white hosta, I never imagined! This Filigree Hosta Plant is perfect! #zulilyfinds

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What a beautiful combination. This photo was taken from a Flickr photo sharing site where the plants aren't identified. I would love to know the name of the Hosta shown as well as the other plant here. Any ideas what they might be?