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Wiggles and Squiggles 8" T X 24" W

$15.00

Hosta 'Wiggles and Squiggles' is a new miniature plant with a unique look! Bright yellow leaves are very long and thin and notable for their incredibly wavy margins. It forms a low, wide habit that really highlights the "wiggly" edges. Leaves will be more chartreuse green in more shade: for best yellow color, plant in a site with morning sun and afternoon shade. Lavender flowers. Wonderful planted in a container, trough or fairy garden. Grows quickly and multiplies very fast. Wonderful as a ground cover hosta also.

Cold Hardiness: 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.
Light Requirements: 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.
Water Requirements: Keep soil constantly moist avoiding any areas where water may puddle
Fertilizer Requirements: In early Spring apply a light amount of slow-release fertilizer. Avoid getting any fertilizer on the leaves.
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  • Description

    Hosta 'Wiggles and Squiggles' is a new miniature plant with a unique look! Bright yellow leaves are very long and thin and notable for their incredibly wavy margins. It forms a low, wide habit that really highlights the "wiggly" edges. Leaves will be more chartreuse green in more shade: for best yellow color, plant in a site with morning sun and afternoon shade. Lavender flowers. Wonderful planted in a container, trough or fairy garden. Grows quickly and multiplies very fast. Wonderful as a ground cover hosta also.

  • Reviews

    Reviews

    Jeff

    Small Hosta

    Again, this is a very small plant. Maybe next year will yield a larger plant. But for now, I'm not really pleased. It is a beautiful plant but more of a specimen to be grown in a pot I think. That's what I have done. Let's see next year.