Which hostas look good together? The answer is of course subjective and will depend on a variety of criteria, including size, color, amount of sunlight, etc, but one combo that works well in most gardens is that of Halcyon, June, and First Frost. All three hostas, in their own right, are beautiful specimens. Both First Frost and June were named Hosta of the Year in 2001 and 2010.. Their growth rate can be a little slower than others, but these three hostas are as hardy as they come, and have nice thick, durable leaves that are still looking good well into late fall. Their colors work well with one another for good reason. Both June and First Frost are sports of Halcyon. Plant these three hostas in your garden and you will be glad you did.
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