Hosta Frisian Pride (M) inspiring yellow-gold leaves reach upward, outward and back down to the ground creating a dense mound that you will see from across the garden. The edges of the leaves are rippled from the petioles down to a long pointed tip that further adds elegance to the clump
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Iris germanica (Tall Bearded Iris). Grow from bulbs/rhizomes.There are hundreds of species with the majority blooming in spring & early summer. After 3-4 yrs. the clumps become crowded & don't bloom well. Dig them out & divide them to start new clumps.
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Hosta 'Zebra Stripes' - An 8" tall x 28" wide clump of white foliage adorned with frosty green veins. The clumps are topped with 20" scapes of lavender flowers in midsummer. Hostas from this breeding line tend not to fare as well in climates that have very cool spring temperatures. With good morning sun, the white foliage color holds better, where plants in deeper shade turn green much sooner in summer.
2015 This Hosta 'Sum and Substance' sport has proved to be the best of several white-edged mutations. Hosta 'Winter Snow' makes a massive 5' wide clump of huge chartreuse leaves, each with a nice white border. The clumps are topped with arching spikes of large lavender flowers in early summer...a hummingbird haven.
Liriope muscari 'Okina' (Okina Frosted Monkey Grass). A very cool selection of the clumping monkey grass. In spring, the top 75% of each leaf is pure white. As it matures through the growing season, the white becomes speckled with green flecks, eventually changing to flecked light green by fall (the coloration will hold better in cooler climates). In late summer, the clumps are topped with the typical stalks of lilac flowers. Truly a stunning plant that will stop visitors in their tracks!