Model # H675CL

Internet #203084638

OnlinePlantCenter 1.5 Gal. Sum and Substance Hosta Plant

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1.5 Gal. Sum and Substance Hosta Plant

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Product Overview

An impressive and popular Hosta cultivar that thrives in full sun to part shade, and unlike other shade loving Hosta, only tolerates shade. Immense, glossy, chartreuse green leaves are 18 in. long x 15 in. wide. Truly grows to an impressive size and it's showy foliage makes this a magnificent specimen.

  • 2004 Hosta of the year
  • Very large leaves up to 18 in. long by 15 in. wide
  • A stunning and eye catching specimen
  • Impressive size and sun tolerance makes this a popular hosta choice
  • 2 Gal. pot, state or federal regulations may require this plant to ship as a bare root plant, without pot and without soil
  • May ship in a dormant state, with no top growth at all
  • Plant ships bare root, with no pot and no soil, to Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington
  • Performs best in plant growing zones 3 to 8, when grown in other zones, special care requirements will be required
  • To accommodate mature size or when planting in groups, space 60 in. away from other plants or structures
  • When shipped as a bare root plant, the shake and ship system has been used to remove soil from roots




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Customer Questions & Answers

How should I care for this plant?

I recently got this plant from a family member. Yesterday I put it in the sun and this morning it was part green and lime green....Should I leave it in the shade and the color will come back in? what kind of fertilizer should I give this plant?
Asked by: Bclark
Hello, thank you for your question. If the Hosta was growing in a more shaded site, then we would suspect "sun burn" although the new soil could be too acidic as well, especially if fertilizer was placed into the hole near the roots. It should not be necessary to fertilize now but if desired, a top dressing (on top of soil away from main stalks) of general fertilizer could be helpful. The damage to the existing leaves is irreversible; only new foliage will emerge proper color. It is also possible that the plant is entering its dormant period and is just naturally dying back for winter, to emerge bright & beautiful again next Spring.
Answered by: Trade Star Landscape Pro
Date published: 2016-10-27
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Customer Reviews

1.5 Gal. Sum and Substance Hosta Plant is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very hearty I'm not a great gardener and needed coverage under a bay window. We get lots of sun have not so good soil and my husband uses rocks around our house. These were planted with better soil when first planted but nothing since. I haven't had to do anything special for them and they've last.
Date published: 2013-08-29
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