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Fire Lily my grandma had these in her flower bed when I was a child. I wish I could find them now.

Hosta 'Paradise Island' - Zone: 3-8, at least, Height: 12", Culture: Part Sun to Light Shade, Origin: Hybrid

hosta "Fire Island"

"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 - "Fire Island" Common Name: Plantain Lily Hardiness Zone: 3-9 S / 3-9 W Height: 10"+ Exposure: Full or Part Shade Blooms In: July Spacing: 15-18"

shade garden - Fire and Ice Hosta! The leaves are slightly curled on this mostly white hosta that has green edges. small to medium size that only grows 8-10" and like other hostas prefers a shaded planting location. Planting tip: Hostas are great for covering withering spring bulb foliage of tulips, daffodils etc! Perennial in Zones 3 - 8. Hosta bulb size This item willl Bloom/Grow Summer

Dahlia flower "on fire" © Tatiana Boyle. Dahlias are not hardy here in Zone 6b but you can winter them pretty easily, with little work, in a garage or basement.

Fire Island Hosta, bright yellow leaves, red stems, leaves turn chartreuse in summer when lavender flowers appear. Best in full shade.