• Hosta Albomarginata is a shade perennial with green leaves edged in white
  • Hosta Albomarginata ground cover has green and white variegated foliage
  • Hosta Albomarginata characterized by deep longitudinal grooves and white borders
  • Hosta Albomarginata adds texture to a landscape with green leaves with white bands

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Hosta Albomarginata

Hosta undulata

This eye-catching hosta has rippled green leaves with white margins. Not only does this plant survive in a number of conditions, but it also flowers effortlessly in the spring.

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Hosta Albomarginata for Sale Online

Hosta Albomarginata (Hosta undulata) is a flowering shade perennial beloved for its pale green leaves with white margins. The color of the foliage will fade if the conditions are too hot or too sunny; at most, this hosta can tolerate morning sun but thrives in full shade. Hostas are known to be very versatile and hardy plants, but they prefer to be planted in rich-well-draining soil with an average ph. They are one of few plants to flower in full shade. The Hosta Albomarginata is one of the first of its family to bloom in the early spring with dramatic tall flower stalks with pale lavender flowers at the top.


Growzone: 3-9 Hosta Albomarginata Hardiness Zone 3-9
Hardiness Zone: 3-9
Mature Height: 18 Inches
Mature Width: 32 Inches
Sunlight: Full shade
Water Requirements: Regular watering until established
Flower Color: Lavender Purple

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