Hosta (Plantain Lily) ‘Stained Glass’ is a popular plant due to the decorative foliage and its lack of required attention. The yellow leaves have irregular, dark green margins and lilac flowers appear along the stems in summer. The flowers rise above the leaves and give the plant extra decorative value. Hosta ‘Stained Glass’ is a beautiful foliage plant that looks great in a flower pot or just in the ground. This Hosta likes a location with partial shade to shade. Water your Hosta ‘Stained Glass’ regularly, the root ball must not dry out. Dry soil is poorly tolerated. Cut off the spent flower stems at the end of the flowering period. Remove the dead leaves in the spring, soon you will see the ‘noses’ of the new shoots above the ground again. Hostas are very attractive in any shade border between flowering perennials, such as Hemerocallis and Astilbes.