Did you know…
In recent years the hosta has become the number one perennial plant in the United States. Having foliage of blue, gold, green, or white, with or without variegation, makes the hosta a versatile plant. Leaves range from less than one inch to more than 20 inches across.
Hosta ‘Powder Blue’ was originated by H. Sugita and P. Ruh and introduced by P. Ruh in 1998. It’s classified as a large hosta with unknown parentage. ‘Powder Blue’ has a moderate growth rate and reaches a height of about 27 inches with a width of 38 inches. See the full characteristics in the Hosta Treasury.
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As John, our president, says about our bus trip to Plover, WI: “The bus trip was superb. Wonderful people, wonderful gardens and many, many hostas. We kept Mike and the crew very busy digging plants. We pretty much filled up the bus storage between there and an impromptu stop at Jungs. In between stops we enjoyed locally made King Cone ice cream!!”