Hosta 'Blue Rock' — plant motif poster
- Poster measuring 32 x 45 cm printed on snow-white 250 g coated paper. When framed in an antique or classic frame with passepartout it will beautifully decorate your interior. Packed flat - no unrolling required.
The natural beauty of plants suitable for any room
The poster is a simple and effective way of providing your home with beauty and elegance. The plant themes on the botaniki posters have been created by Polish artists using watercolours to achieve beautiful and colourful graphics reminiscent of old herbariums from a time before the invention of photography. Each image has been scanned, digitally processed and printed on high quality chalkboard paper to ensure vibrant and long-lasting colours.
- Dimensions: 45 x 32 cm
- Paper weight: 250 g
- Shipped flat
- Sold without a frame
- Coated paper
Hosta ‘Blue rock’
Hosta ‘Blue rock’
This ornamental perennial in the asparagus family is native to Asia. Hosta is one of the oldest plants cultivated by humans. In China, it was cultivated as a medicinal plant as early as 2000 years ago. In Japan, Hosta was used in cooking as a substitute for asparagus or spinach, in addition to its decorative purposes. Today, it is valued as an ornamental plant, without which it is difficult to imagine shady corners in the garden.
The fancifully coloured hostas grow from rhizomes to form picturesque clumps. The numerous varieties boast a wide range of leaf shapes - from very large (30-40 cm long) egg-shaped or heart-shaped - to miniature, jagged or lanceolate. Hosta flowers in mid-summer, the bell-shaped flowers ranging from white through lilac to purple - are gathered in loose clusters at the top of long, stiff stems.
The best site for Hosta is in a shady, moist, humus-rich soil. They are long-lived plants, perfect for naturalistic gardens - forming picturesque rosettes - blending in perfectly with other perennials.
Variety 'Blue Rock' - has beautiful heart-shaped leaves with a blue hue, distinctly ribbed, and dense clusters of white-lilac flowers that appear in July. This variety forms large clumps and fills difficult spots in the garden perfectly, e.g. under taller trees.