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Blue Mouse Ears Hosta

#77529
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$5.18
Was: $12.95
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1 root per package
4.73 stars, based on 15 review(s)
Ship Season: Spring

Blue Mouse Ears Hosta may possibly be the most adorable plant in your shade garden. Small mouse ear shaped leaves are blue in color and thrive in a shady garden nook. Growing only 6-12" tall with a similar spread, plant Blue Mouse Ears in an area you can enjoy up close.

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Blue Mouse Ears Hosta

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Pros:
  • small as opposed to regular hostas
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The ones I received came in healthy but one bag was completely missing the root. With that being said, customer service took care of it immediately and sent me a replacement one out. They have been planted and are doing well. The leaves are a very beautiful color.

Dainty Hosta

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  • Very small
This is a very small hosta variety that is great for container gardening.

Small and so cute

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  • Strong Leaves
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  • Fragile size
I planted "Blue Mouse Ears" and it has grown several new leaves and only lost a few in the process. It is fragile but doing well despite its small and fragile size. I cant wait to see what it looks like next season!

Woodstock , Ga.

Blue mouse ears hosta

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Doing beautifully, can’t wait to see them as mature plants

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I ordered two Blue Mouse Ears hostas, which arrived as healthy-looking bare roots. A month after being planted, one appears to still be dormant and the other has a couple of cute leaves which are true to the variety's size and color. They were planted in the same location as other hostas from Holland Bulb Farms which are thriving. I suspect the Mouse Ears just need more time to get established than larger varieties.