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Lilydale, Vic 3140
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Hosta 'Blue Wedgwood'

Blue Hosta

Plant Type Rockery
Flower Colour Pale lavender
Leaf Shape Ovate - medium
Leaf Colour Blue grey
Sun/Shade Shade-filt sun
Climate Min Cool temperate
Climate Max Sub trop
Drought No
Coastal No
Frost Moderate
Native Deciduous
Flower Months Dec-Feb



Hostas or Plantain Lilies are a stately group of plants with structurally attractive foliage and white to lavender flowers, especially for those moist places in part to full shade.  They will thrive in damp to dry soil, in full shade to full sun.  In full sun they will have bigger and better flowers whilst in the full shade they will have less flowers but will get substantially taller and have broader leaves.  They will require summer moisture if they are in full sun.   Mulch in sun or shade for best results and feed in spring with Osmocote Slow Release.


‘Blue Wedgewood’ is a great blue with almost white flowers.  It is a wide grower to 60cm but only 30cm tall.  The foliage is slightly undulated, blue grey and ending with a point.  It is part of the Tardiana Group.  With its grey blue foliage it is more tolerant of snails and performs best in part to full shade.


 ‘Blue Wedgewood’ is part of the Larkman Plants Collection.  Plants from around the world to enhance your garden.  There are several Hostas in the range, collect them all for an eye catching display.  Hostas are susceptible to snail attack so place eggshells or a good, petsafe, snail bait around them especially in early spring as the new plants emerge.


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