Charles Day is Wave Hill’s Ruth Rea Howell Horticultural Interpreter.
The blooming period of this hosta can last for many weeks and the dead-white flowers, with their clean floral scent, may be enjoyed into September. The handsome, glossy foliage stays fresh throughout the summer.
Happiest in shade, it will thrive even in a sunnier spot, providing there is some protection from the afternoon sun. Water might be needed during dry spells and slugs can be a problem in wet periods but, otherwise, this is a very reliable and beautiful plant.