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Blue Giant

Need some advice/education from those who are further along in hosta 
education than I. (I'm only in my second year of hosta growing...)

Last year I planted a Sieboldiana Elegans Blue Giant. He was 
absolutely beautiful in my eyes and then this year put out three 
stems of gorgeous white blooms. I immediately ran out and bought two 
more. One of the two has bloomed and the blooms are lavender! What's 
going on here? Did I not get what I thought I was buying? To my 
untrained eye, the leaf shape, color, etc. look the same. Does Blue 
Giant have white "OR" lavender blooms? I really prefer the white.

I've added prox 25 plants to my Hosta Hill so far this year along 
with ferns, astilbes, and bleeding hearts. How could I have lived 
this long and never grown hostas?

Thank you for any info on Blue Giant...
SueC in Zone5, west-central Indiana. 
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