Hosta ‘Praying Hands’ (2 Plants)


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Unusual Herbaceous Perennial Plant

  • Hosta, commonly known as Plantain Lily are among the best, all foliage plants and the Praying Hands variety is no exception. This hosta produces lavender-blue bell shaped flowers during mid to late Summer. Its upright, narrow leaves are dark green and rippled, with narrow, gold margins, which have a distinctive fold to them resembling two hands folded in prayer.
  • Hosta's are herbaceous perennials that thrive in shade or low light conditions making them popular with gardeners. They are ideal to grow in North facing aspects of a garden where most other plants will not grow.
  • Hosta's are tolerant of most types of soil, provided that the soil is well-draining. Avoid planting them in clay soil as it retains too much moisture. If unsure where to plant, they also make fantastic patio pot and container plants.

  • Eventual Height

    Can grow up to 50 cm in the right conditions.

  • Pot Size


  • Season of Interest

    Spring to Mid Autumn, with flowers during the Summer.

  • Light Required

    Partial shade to full shade

  • Watering

    Moderate watering

  • Best Growing Conditions

    Any plants that have green and yellow variegated leaves, some exposure to morning sun will enhance the yellow tones.

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