About White Feather - Hosta Roots
What a great idea for a moonlight garden! Show off these fall-planted White Feather Hostas in containers, too. This hosta doesn't have any chlorophyll, which is why its leaves are such a brilliant white. They create a beautiful glowing effect in shaded areas. The leaves change to a creamy green as the plant matures. If you want to retain the white, make sure you plant the bulbs in areas with as little light as possible. Then get ready for beautiful lavender blooms! Fair warning: slugs absolutely love White Feather hostas, so keep some slug bait around.
Planting White Feather - Hosta Roots
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