Hostas come in a wide range of sizes and as you go through our listing you will see a letter in parenthesis after the name which denotes the height of the plant…the ledger below will help to convert this to inches.
[M] (Smith) Sport of H. sieboldiana ‘Elegans’…leaves have a yellow-gold center and a wide blue-green margin and grow into a beautiful clump. White flowers.
[M] (Anderson) Leaves have yellowish-orange centers that fade to a very pale yellow as the season progresses...the wide variable border is dark green and will be topped by lavender flowers. Said to be a sport of H. ‘American Sweetheart'.
[L] (Don Dean) Great new introduction from Don Dean makes a beautiful upright clump with the leaves held almost flat but layered well above the ground. A great choice for the middle to back of a border. The medium green leaves have a wide creamy-yellow to white feathered border and where there is overlap two shades of grey-green develop adding further interest. Lavender flowers are held on tall scapes.
[S] (Van Eechaute) Small hosta with an elegant form...creamy-yellow to white leaves have a variable dark green border that streaks to the center. Elongated leaves come to a point and are topped with lavender flowers on creamy scapes.
[L] (Hansen) Heart-shaped blue-green leaves with a green border that changes to yellow...this is the reversed variegated sport of H. ‘Paul’s Glory’. Vigorous grower with lavender flowers.
(M/L) (Bond) Sport of H. ‘Zounds’ and thought to be one of Sandra Bond’s best. Good substance on a dark green leaf with a bright creamy border that later turns white. Vigorous grower will be topped with lavender flowers.
[S] (Bond) Small “tardiana” type that is a seedling of H. ‘Happiness’…long pointed gray-green leaves topped with pinkish flowers midsummer. Fast grower suitable for a groundcover.
[M] (Bond) A cross between H. pycnophylla and H. longipes and named for its red petioles…the lightly ruffled green leaves have whitish backs and are held upright so the red petioles really show well. Lavender flowers.
Golden Meadows PPAF
[M] (van Elderen) Sport from H. sieboldiana ‘Elegans’ with an outstanding color combination…leaves are light green with dark green margins and medium green streaks between the two colors. Super substance and white flowers in summer.
[mini] (Walters Gardens) We are impressed with the unique look of this new sport from H. ‘Silver Threads and Golden Needles’...forms a nice compact clump of yellow leaves with green streaks that cover the entire leaf (no border on the leaf). Growth rate is pretty vigorous and when the lavender flowers show they really stand out.
[M] (Heemskerk) Sport from H. ‘Birchwood Parky’s Gold’ with rounded gold leaves that have an irregular gray-green border . Good substance and topped with lavender flowers.
Gone with the Wind
[L] (Petryszyn) Large dark green leaves have great substance and are framed with a rippled creamy-white border that becomes white...long leaf tips add to the elegance. Topped with lavender flowers midsummer.
Goodness Gracious PPAF
[M] (Walters Gardens) Sport from H. ‘Satisfaction’...beautiful heart-shaped leaves have a very wide chartreuse-yellow undulating border wrapped around a dark green center. Great substance and lavender flowers.
[M] (Laviana/Malloy) Blue-green leaves have an irregular pattern and a narrow golden center that turns creamy-white by the end of the season. Some cupping and topped with near-white flowers in late spring.
[M] (Linneman) Beautiful gray-green leaves with a wavy margin are held on stunning purple petioles...good color combination. Lavender flowers also on purple scapes.
[M[ (Solberg) Thick bright green leaves are very shiny and really stand out on this wonderful new hybrid but the real treat comes in August when purple-striped fragrant flowers make their appearance...great grower!
[L] (Kuk) A large clump of corrugated and cupped blue leaves with gray overtones and good substance.
Great Escape PP19003
[M] (Van den Top) Sport from H. ‘Halcyon’ with a very wide white border….outstanding! Vigorous grower with all the same attributes as its parent especially great substance. Topped with lavender flowers.
[L] (Aden) A real prize when mature…grows slowly and requires a warm sunny spot. Leaves have extremely wide blue-green margins enveloping a yellow-cream center and topped with white flowers.
Green Mouse Ears
[mini/small] (Deckert) Sport of H. ‘Blue Mouse Ears’…very thick, round dark green leaves form a dense clump topped with lavender flowers...leaves often show a little folding.
[M] (Sisson) Elongated and arching blue-green leaves form a graceful medium-sized mound on this seedling from H. ‘Cinnamon Sticks’ x H. ‘Gilt by Association’. Reddish petioles show color up into the leaves that are held horizontally atop the petioles creating a beautiful vase. Lavender flowers.
[L] (Van Eechaute) One of Danny’s newest introductions and really a beauty...large gray-green leaves have a creamy white border. This fast grower is a sport from H. ‘Special Blend’ and will really stand out.
[M/L] (Solberg) Unique H. ‘Blue Angel’ sport…in spring the leaves emerge creamy-white with very little color, then turn a bright butter-yellow and eventually blue in about six weeks. Near white flowers in June.
[L] (Solberg) Does best planted in a sunnier location…forms a large mound of gold leaves with dark green margins by the end of the season (in cooler climes it doesn’t show good variegation until June). Very large fragrant near-white flowers.
[M/L] (Thompson) A variegated sport of H. ‘Blue Angel’…white-centered leaf early in the spring grows progressively greener and ends with a medium green center and blue border. In time this plant will be a huge clump of blue foliage topped with white flowers. In cooler climates the distinct variegation holds well into the season.
[M] (Anderson) Good sport from H. ‘Striptease’...creamy-yellow to white leaves have a dark green border with the typical thin white line running between the center and the border. Does not grow as tall as the parent and will only make about a 15” tall clump. Topped with lavender flowers.