Hawkeye 10"T X 12"W
Another great hosta introduced by Lilian Maroushek. This small hosta features a medium green rounded leaf with wide gold margin with a slight cupping. Hawkeye shows off lavender flowers in June.
U.S.D.A. Zones 3 to 9 - Hostas require a minimum of 40 days of around 40 degrees farenheit. Hosta plants tend to grow larger in the North. In the South you may need to be more selective in the varieties of hostas that you choose.
Partial sun, filtered shade, morning sun. - Most hostas will tolerate some sun if the soil is kept reasonably moist. Morning sun or filtered sun is the best for hostas but avoid mid-day sun as it will burn the leaves.
Keep soil constantly moist avoiding any areas where water may puddle
In early Spring apply a light amount of slow-release fertilizer. Avoid getting any fertilizer on the leaves.