Hosta ‘Big Daddy’ – A must have clump-forming perennial growing to a height of 60cm with a spread of 1m wide. This large leaved form has rounded to heart-shaped, cupped, deeply puckered, glaucous, blue-green, leaves up to 28cm long. In high summer bell-shaped, greyish white flowers appear on leafy, glaucous stems, up to 80 cm tall.
One of the earliest flowering varieties – it makes an excellent large container plant for a shady courtyard garden.
Common Name: Hosta ‘Big Daddy’ – Originally known as Funkia! (sieboldiana hybrid) Plantain lily
Tenderness Rating: Hardy
Ease of growing: Easy
Position: Dappled shade or full sun if well watered
Soil Condition: Humus Rich, Moist well drained soil
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