Hosta Frost. 'autumn frost' is a showier version of ‘first frost’,. The leaves hold up well in the garden all season long until the first frost.

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We guarantee our plants to arrive in good, healthy condition and to be properly labeled. It’ll be the first one you notice in your shade garden. Knowing which plants are the most frost sensitive and covering them is an obvious solution.

Since The Usda Zone Info For Zone 6B Is Just An Average Our Actual Date Of Last Frost Can Change Quite A Bit From Year To Year.

Hosta are among the most popular of perennials for shady areas, with hundreds of varieties now readily available. (28” x 66”) this hosta makes an upright stately clump of large pointed blue leaves with bright yellow, not cream, margins. This variety produces a dense cluster of small leaves, each with a contrasting lime green, irregular margin.

It’s Very Easy To Do And Gives You New Plants Immediately.

The main way to propagate autumn frost hosta is by division. Robust and easy to grow. Photo courtesy of walters gardens inc.

My Challenge To Breeders Is To Bring Fragrance Into A New Plant Without The Tenderness To Frost.

The leaves emerge frosty blue with a bright yellow margin that lightens to creamy white during the summer. We guarantee our plants to arrive in good, healthy condition and to be properly labeled. Knowing which plants are the most frost sensitive and covering them is an obvious solution.

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Hostas play well together so you can plant a variety. It will thrive in your shadiest places Hosta are among the most popular of perennials for shady areas, with hundreds of varieties now readily available.

Thick Leaves Make It More Resistant To Slug Damage.

Hostas continue to be the 'first frost' is a herbaceous perennial producing a mound of foliage about 40cm high and 90cm across. On jan 28, 2005, jody from md &, va (zone 7b) wrote:

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