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One of the most popular hosta cultivars available, Hosta 'Frances Williams' has large leathery dark green leaves with irregular yellow-green margins. In summer it produces tall spikes of grey-white flowers. An ideal plant for partial or even full shade, it prefers a moist, slightly acidic soil.Hostas are prone to slug and snail damage, but the use of nematode treatments can help to reduce this.
|Scientific family||Asparagaceae||Special type|
|Type||Herbaceous perennial||Origin||Asia: North-East Asia|
|Lifecycle||Deciduous||Time to maturity||2-5 years|
|Garden style||Tropical/jungle Town/courtyard Woodland||Position||Border Underplanting Containers|
|Fragrance||Aspect||North East West|
|Growth Habit||Clump/mound forming||Maintenance||Typical maintenance|
|Health caution||Additional use||Culinary|
|Feed with high-nitrogen fertiliser to improve leaf size. Remove dead foliage as necessary.|
|Mulch with 5-10cm of garden compost around the base of the plant.|
|Soil||Clay Loam Silt|
|US hardiness zone|
|Max mature height||60cm|
|Mature spread||100 cm|
|Hosta 'Lemon Lime'|
|Hosta sieboldiana var. elegans|
|Hosta 'Venus Star'|
|Hosta 'Devon Green'|
|Hosta 'Diana Remembered'|
|Hosta 'Fried Banana'|
|Hosta 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd'|
|Hosta 'Fire and Ice'|
|Hosta 'Frances Williams'|
|Hosta 'Sum and Substance'|
|Hosta (Tardiana Group) 'Halcyon'|
|Hosta 'Krossa Regal'|
|Hosta 'So Sweet'|