If you want an eye-catcher in the shade garden look no further. The Big Daddy Hosta Lily forms a very large mound of large, thick, heavily corrugated, nearly round leaves that emerge a glowing blue with a glaucous coating in spring transitioning to blue-green by late summer. The leaves are more upward facing which lends well to underplanting with lower growing shade-loving perennials and groundcovers. In mid summer, pyramidal clusters of pretty white to soft lilac color flowers rise on sturdy stalks above the foliage to attract the hummingbirds. At 2 feet tall and 5 to 6 feet wide, needless to say, this is one you'll want to provide ample space for in the garden, or grow it in large containers of 18 inches or more in diameter, such as a whiskey barrel. You might be happy to know that due to its thick and textured leaves, Big Daddy is slug resistant. Get all the details below!