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Hosta ‘June’

By: Garden Gate staff
You’ll never get bored with this beautiful hosta. Leaf centers are chartreuse in spring then change to a creamy yellow by summer. The color varies depending on the amount of light available — you’ll get the best color by growing ‘June’ in morning sun and afternoon shade.

Hosta 'June'

hosta ‘june’

You’ll never get bored with this beautiful hosta. Leaf centers are chartreuse in spring then change to a creamy yellow by summer. The color varies depending on the amount of light available — you’ll get the best color by growing ‘June’ in morning sun and afternoon shade. And those beautiful leaves are thick, so slugs go looking elsewhere for dinner. With its smaller size, ‘June’ is an excellent choice to grow in containers. And it’s quick to multiply, so you’ll be able to divide it into more plants.

 

TYPE Perennial SIZE 15 in. tall by 30 in. wide BLOOM White in midsummer LIGHT 4 to 5 hours of shade SOIL Well drained PESTS Occasional slugs

Published: July 3, 2007
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