These plants have never turned out good for me but my local nursery people said these hostas are for Florida. Oh, notice the white flower? I hope I will be able to post 3 beautiful hosta plants in a few months.
@Sherrie S I've been growing Hostas in No Fl for at least 15 years. I have Sum and Substance which has been divided at least 3 times and is again close to 4' across. I have had great success with some and just so so with others. They want shade but not tree shade. They don't want to compete for their water. I plant my on the north side of my house as foundation plants. I've not done well with blue hostas down here if that helps anyone.
I am located in west central Florida (south of Ocala but north of Tampa) and have about 46+ different varieties. Including Liberty, Orange marmalade, Sparkler, June, Paul's glory, Victory, Stain glass, Cathedral window, On stage, Hollywood lights, Dancing queen, Guardian angle, Spring morning, Devils advocate, Heat wave, Seducer, Blue Ivory, and many more. Going on year 3 for me (coming back every year lager and larger). I have lost about 3-4 this year to the huge bug's (grasshoppers) so don't give up hope if you live in Florida (we had a very mild winter this year. And they still came back better then last year)