Hostas, also known as Plantain Lily, originally came from Japan, China, and Korea. Introduced to the United States in the mid-1800s, the Hosta is a shade-tolerant foliage plant. Hostas are a perennial with ornate leaves that vary widely in size, with the smallest varieties called miniatures.
Hosta flowers have 6 petals and are generally white, lavender, or violet, held on stems called Scapes. Hostas provide an ornamental focal point in any garden with striking foliage, are edible - though toxic to some animals - and are grown as vegetables in some Asian cultures.
Variegated, blue, green or even chartreuse, Hosta perennials have a wide range of colors, large and small Hostas, with a wide variety in shapes! Browse for Hosta perfect for your planting zone using our USDA zone filters, choose sun exposure levels, or narrow the options by color and other options, or browse our other Hosta for sale online at Nature Hills below:
Have a look through our helpful Garden Blog on How to Care for Hostas!
Hosta roots are tough perennials that come back year after year! Expanding in size each year by producing rhizomes that branch closely off the parent plant. You can divide your Hosta every 3-4 years!