Hosanna is one of our garden heroes. Resilient to most weather conditions, low-maintenance, and pretty to boot, she's an all-around good egg. Hosanna's colour can vary quite a lot - she can come in anything from deep blue-ish emerald to a green so pale it's almost white, and usually with a striking white edging. The amount of sun she can tolerate depends on her colour - the lighter she is, the more sun she can take.
Hosanna can take up to eight years to reach her full maturity, and won't need to be dug up or transplanted in cold weather - this gal can take almost anything Mother Nature throws at her.
Hosanna was first brought over to Europe in the 1700s, and has been a fan favourite ever since. That's some serious staying power, and it's easy to see why.