Hosta for a dark, dark corner
Do any of you have suggestions for a hosta that will thrive in a dark corner of my yard? Its bordering a wetland, so it gets plenty of moisture, but its not a wet area.
The cattails and the neighbors pine trees shade it, so it really gets no direct sun. But the trees are far enough away so there is no root competition (that is for Ken)
The green and white one grows like crazy in that area and the gold standards are huge. Fire & ice seems to do pretty well, but its not getting very big. I have tried Frances William and Blue Wedgewood and they did not do well.
Is anyone growing one that really likes deep shade?