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Hosta  sieboldiana Hosta sieboldiana

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This clump-forming perennial is grown for its heart-shaped puckered thick glaucous gray-green leaves from 10-20 inches long. In early summer, lilac flowers are born on tall stems. Height 3 feet; spread 4 feet. 
Hosta 'Kii-hime' Hosta 'Kii-hime'

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A hosta of uncertain origin - is it a species, or is it a cultivar of ancient origin? The plants, in the Sino-Himalayan Garden at VanDusen, come consistently true from seed, producing relatively small plants with leaves that rarely exceed 15cm (6in) in length. The flower stems, which grow to... 
Hosta ventricosa Hosta ventricosa

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Clump-forming perennial with heart-shaped glossy green wide-veined leaves with somewhat wavy margins; produces tubular deep-purple flowers in late summer 
Hosta venusta Hosta venusta

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This miniature species hosta has dark green, tear-drop shaped leaves with slightly wavy margins and bears lavender flowers in spring. Its Japanese name is Otome Giboshi, or Beautiful Maiden Hosta. Grows to about 7 inches tall with a 14 inch spread. 
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