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Hosta fortunei 'Francee' | by Silver Novice of the Wirral
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Hosta fortunei 'Francee'

A small herbaceous perennial with heart-shaped, olive-green, puckered leaves beautifully offset by neat white margins. Spikes of trumpet-shaped, lavender-blue flowers appear in July and August and, provided they are protected from slug and snail damage, the leaves retain their freshness until the end of September. This pretty plaintain lily makes a statement on its own in a container, or try it as a focal point in a shady area under deciduous trees.



Kit used:

Nikon D 7100 with a Nikon AF-S Nikkor 12-24mm 1:4 G ED


ref: 3484 - 8th July 2020

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Taken on July 8, 2020