Hosta tardiflora is, as its name indicates, somewhat slow-growing -- at least for a hosta. But like other hostas it prefers a shady spot.
Eventually, hosta tardiflora will form sizable clumps. Its arrow-shaped, dark green leaves have a thick texture, and the large racemes of pale purple flowers appear in autumn just above the leaves. This compact plant is good where space is limited.
Hosta Tardiflora Quick Facts:
Scientific Name: Hosta tardiflora
Common Name: Hosta
Type of Plant: Perennial
Growing Zones for Hosta Tardiflora: Hardy to zone 3
Growing Conditions for Hosta Tardiflora: Shade
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