Hosta 'Invincible'

This medium sized (20 inches high), shiny green foliage hosta was registered by Paul Aden in 1986 from unknown seedlings. The flowers are pale lavender and borne in August.

Mr. PGC Comment: We have seen this on two lists - hostas that attract slugs and hostas that resist slugs. In our experience, it depends on where you plant it. In a sunny, dryer location like the one pictured above, there was little to no slug damage. In a darker shade situation, the slugs did chew on it.

 
  1. H. 'Birthday Cake'
  2. H. 'Blue Buns'
  3. H. 'Dixie Chick'
  4. H. 'Elrod'
  5. H. 'Fragrant Star'
  6. H. 'Garnet Prince'
  7. H. 'Grasshopper'
  8. H. 'Invincible Spirit'
  9. H. 'Irish Luck'
  10. H. 'Lakeside Emerald Lights'
  11. H. 'Landslide'
  12. H. 'Lottie Daa'
  13. H. 'Moonlight Sonata'
  1. H. 'Morning Angel'
  2. H. 'Nightlife'
  3. H. 'Red Stepper'
  4. H. 'Rosedale Barnie'
  5. H. 'Rosedale Dough Boy'
  6. H. 'Rosedale Mrs. President'
  7. H. 'Rosedale Stitched in Silk'
  8. H. 'Sassy'
  9. H. 'Shady Affair'
  10. H. 'Slick Willie'
  11. H. 'Stimulation'
  12. H. 'Sweet Bo Peep'

 

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