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Hosta 'Stained Glass'

Hosta (Medium)

Plant Type:


Hosta 'Stained Glass' - CLOSEOUT. Get these high quality items at a bargain basement price while you can. Once gone these Hosta are gone for good! Medium. This 'Guacamole' sport displays 10.5 inch long leaves by 7 inches wide. Each shiny golden leaf is defined with a broad deep green margin. Leaves exhibit some puckering. Three-inch white flowers with a lavender stripe dance above the foliage mound in late summer breezes. They are deliciously fragrant. A fast grower that is tolerant of quite a bit of sun. 'Stained Glass' won the 2006 American Hosta growers Hosta of the Year award. 'Stained Glass' was introduced by H. Hansen in 1999.


More About Hosta 'Stained Glass'

  • Three-inch Fragrant Late Summer Flowers with a Lavender Stripe


15 in


32 in



Characteristics and Attributes for Hosta 'Stained Glass'

Season of Interest (Flowering)

  • Late Summer

Season of Interest (Foliage)

  • Spring / Summer

Nature Attraction

  • Butterflies
  • Honey Bees & Native Bees


  • Shade
  • Dappled Shade


  • Border
  • Cottage Garden
  • Foliage
  • Edging
  • Woodland
  • Fragrant
  • Accent
  • Specimen
  • Cutting Garden

Growth Rate in the Garden

  • Medium


  • Draining
  • Fertile


  • Garden Origin

Propagated By

  • Division

Genus Overview: Hosta

Common Name: Hosta

Hosta. Hosta is a staple for shade gardeners. Hostas prefer open to dappled shade conditions. Early morning or late day sun is generally acceptable. The exception to the rule (and it seems in the plant world there is always at least one exception to the rule!) is Hosta plantaginea which requires more sun for flowering to occur. Hostas can fill a midsummer’s day dream with spikes of lavender, purple and white blossoms, some fragrant. There are growers and collectors who dislike hosta flowers though I find this a curious affectation; I am personally grateful for perennials of easy disposition that so readily bloom, carefree, adorning and lighting the woodland garden during a period that might otherwise be a flowerless void. Flower your garden! Dig in. Have fun. Hostas prefer fertile draining soil with many demonstrating moderate drought tolerance once established. Many of the following are offered as pot-grown divisions of our stock plants. Others are from tissue culture. For Hosta there are several different size charts available that can be found on line with some digging. Of course, some plants straddle these arbitrary determinations. We are using the following classification...

Mature Heights:

Miniature: less than 6 inches

Small: 6 - 12 inches

Medium: 12 - 18 inches

Large: 18 - 24 inches

Very Large: 24+ inches