The narrow, wavy, chartreuse leaves of ‘Curly Fries’ hosta make a wonderful addition to any shade garden. In fact, the leaves are so bright they almost seem to glow. ‘Curly Fries’ forms a tight mound of foliage that works well along a garden path or in containers. In midsummer, ‘Curly Fries’ develops spikes of lavender blue flowers. Name: Hosta ‘Curly Fries’ Growing Conditions: Shade, Partial shade Size: 6–8 inches tall, 12–16 inches wide Zones: 3–9 Source: Walters Gardens/Great Garden Plants
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