Honeybells Hosta

Honeybells Hosta Hosta ‘Honeybells’ has light to medium green, slightly shiny leaves that are broader in mature plants. The leaves have wavy edges, which give them a somewhat puckery appearance. This hosta blossoms later than most others, but the very fragrant flowers are worth the wait. The flowers open in mid-morning, and only two or three flowers open each day. Although there are usually a lot of flowers on each scape (I have counted up to forty-five), very few seed pods form, and many of those are oddly shaped.
  • Plant Size: Large (leaf 81-144 square inches; plant 18”-28” tall)
  • Spacing: 36-48 in. (90-120 cm)
  • Hardiness: USDA Zone 3 - 8
  • Sun Exposure: Light Shade
  • Growing Habit: Mound-like
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • Leaf Color: Light to Medium Green
  • Bloom Time: Mid-Spring to Late Summer
  • Flower Shape: Funnel
  • Flower Fragrance: Very Fragrant
  • Bloom Color: Medium Lavender

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