Late-Emerging Hostas

The following hostas have been reported by many gardeners to emerge later in the spring than many other cultivars. Of course, certain factors such as the weather pattern, ground temperature, amount and type of mulch, and micro-climates (such as against the south side of a building) have a direct effect on the emergence of all hostas.

'American Icon'
'Black Hills'
'Blue Lettuce'
'Blue Pebbles'
'Bright Lights'
'Chōkō Nishiki'
'Crinkled Creature'
'Cutting Edge'
'Deep Blue Sea'
'Eskimo Pie'
'Eternal Flame'
'Fortunei' cultivars
'Gold Standard'
'Green Fountain'
'Grey Ghost'
'Jimmy Crack Corn'
'Love's Purest Light'
'Maurice Mason'
'Mountain Snow'
'Mountain Sunrise'
'Mr Big'
'Pale Moon Rising'
'Paradise Backstage'
'Paradise Power'
'Praying Hands'
'On Stage'
'Orange Marmalade'
'Rhino Blue'
'Rhino Hide'
'Shunko Nishiki'
'Sir Markus Cooper'
'Snow Cap'
'Stained Glass'
'Sugar Daddy'
'Summer Snow'
'Tokudama Aureonebulosa'
'Tokudama Flavocircinalis'
'Twisted Sister'
'White On'
'Woolly Mammoth'
'Yellow River'

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