Plants: Hosta 'Little Red Rooster' - Hosta

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Hosta 'Little Red Rooster' - Hosta

Plantain lily | A cross betwee Hosta 'Wiggle Worm' and Hosta 'Red Sox'. Intriguing reddish colored stems and flower stalks. Pale lavender flowers. Unequaled for their beautiful foliage, low care, and many landscape uses. Hosta provide bright color in the shade with handsome, broad, ribbed foliage in many colors. Very showy from early spring until late fall.

Excellent for shade, sun or partial shade....they don't need dividing. Grown even in moist locations. Plant 18-24" apart. They take about 1 year to establish themselves. 1-2 eye plants potted in a 3" pot. Zone: 3-9

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