'Dancing Queen' Hosta - Garden Photo of the Day

from Hostas Direct click here 
  'Dancing Queen' is a true yellow Hosta that will stand out in any shade garden.  This large, wide Hosta is exquisitely quilted and has bright gold leaves in spring that turn a lighter shade as the season progresses. 
The heavily rippled foliage is held elegantly up and out from the center of the plant. With each passing year, they grow more beautifully substantial.
'Dancing Queen' eventually reaches 18 inches high and spreads about 30 inches wide. Spectacular in the border, woodland settings, or in a large container. 
'Dancing Queen'  thrives in partial to full shade. Very hardy and long-lived, Zones 3-9.


  1. Thanks for your review of the Dancing Queen Hosta. I love the curly edged leaves. I might have to purchase these for my garden!

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  3. This is a beautiful plant! I've never seen this before in my area-- does it take a particularly warm environment? If so, it would still be stunning inside. Thank you!

    Jenn | http://www.seabreezepropertyservices.com/landscape-services/landscape-design-installation/


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