Hosta Halcyon. stays were it is placed and when placed next to a yellow plant it makes the yellow yellower while appearing itself much bluer. - nobody should touch her delicate white/blue coating called bloom. It is sensitive to touch and where you touch it will become green and the blueness will not return until the next season.
Hosta ‘Halcyon’ HOSTA SUN / LIGHT SHADE deciduous 2x3 wide This is one of the best blue hostas you can plant. Its compact habit and symmetrical mound of foliage give a clean and neat appearance in the garden. The bright gray-blue foliage shines in the landscape and its vigorous growth make this a good candidate for use as a mass planting. In summer short flower spikes dense with pale lavender flowers put on a show. Although no hosta is immune to slugs this one does show some resistance
‘Halcyon’. Tidy mounds of substantial blue-green foliage, performing well in shady spaces that are hard to fill. 2’ high and spreads up to 3’ wide, Late in summer, strong stems rise above the foliage and carry fragrant, nodding flowers of pastel lilac and white that are irresistible to hummingbirds. Beautifully with other shade-loving plants like ferns and astilbe. Slugs and snails are rarely a problem. Foliage Color Blue, Green. Height 12-24". Full Shade, Partial Shade Zones 3-9
Hosta 'Halcyon' Height 18" Spread 36", Zones 3-9, Part-Full shade - Popular mid-sized, blue hosta. Leaves are frosty blue-green and pointed. A superb grower with thick leaves that demonstrate good slug resistance. Pale blue-violet flowers appear on 28" scapes in midsummer. Attracts both hummingbirds and songbirds. Photo by Walters Gardens, Inc.