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Live Perennial Hosta – Francis Williams (3 Per Pack), Beautiful Accent Plant, 10″ Tall by 6″ Wide in 1 Quart Pot

Live Perennial Hosta – Francis Williams (3 Per Pack), Beautiful Accent Plant, 10″ Tall by 6″ Wide in 1 Quart Pot

Hostas are a beautiful perennial plant with large, thick leaves that will add dimension to your space. They look great lining a pathway or in a garden bed.

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  • 2023-12-25 - 2023-12-31

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Hostas are a beautiful perennial plant with large, thick leaves that will add dimension to your space. They look great lining a pathway or in a garden bed.

SHADE PLANTS:
Hosta 'Frances Williams' has large leaves that are blue-green with a golden yellow border and really stand out in the shade garden.

GROWTH:
This hosta grows to be about 24 inches tall and up to 60 inches wide.

CARE:
All hostas need some shade and few, if any, will do well in strong direct sunlight. Water regularly. They will fully mature in four to eight years. For the best care of hostas, plant them in rich organic soil with a slightly acidic pH.

FUN FACT:
Hosta, also known as plantain lily, is a genus of about 40 plants native to Eastern Asia.

LIVE PLANTS:
Our plants are grown exclusively for Deep Roots and The Three Company, shipped fresh directly from our greenhouse to you!

Hosta, A plant that is simply beautiful
Hostas are low-growing, clump-forming perennial plants with lovely foliage, with hundreds of varieties available in a wide range. There are so many sizes, heights, textures, and colors! Plus, they work in many kinds of gardens (patio, border, container, rock).

Basics:

Zones 3-9
Flowering season(s) Summer
Sunlight Partial shade,Shade
Soil type Well draining soil
Height/Spread 10" Tall by 6" Wide
Flower Color Green,Yellow
Bloom Time Spring,Fall
How to plant & care for Hosta

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has devised a system to provide gardeners with a basic guide to plant hardiness – how much winter cold a plant can withstand. The Hardiness Zone Map system divides the United States and Canada into numbered zones based on lowest average winter temperature. Even within a zone, different micro-climates exist, such as large urban areas which may be warmer or land situated at different elevations.

How Hardy Are These Plants?: Zones 3-9

3-9
ZONE AVERAGE COLDEST TEMPS
1 below -50 °F
2 -50 °F to -40 °F
3 -40 °F to -30 °F
4 -30 °F to -20 °F
5 -20 °F to -10 °F
6 -10 °F to 0 °F
7 0 °F to 10 °F
8 10 °F to 20 °F
9 20 °F to 30 °F
10 30 °F to 40 °F
11 above 40 °F
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