Hosta introductions 2021
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Small, heart-shaped green leaves with a white border make a nice compact clump...looks good and grows well.
Bam Bam Blue
One of the nicest "blues" we have seen...very blue and very corrugated dinner-sized leaves display some cupping and even a little waviness. Forms an upright clump and holds it's color late. White flowers appear in late June.
An ‘Elegans’ sport...beautiful wide white border surrounds a nicely rounded and corrugated blue leaf. Great substance and forms a tight clump. Does best in filtered light.
Open pollinated seedling from ‘Blue Cadet’...leaves come up in spring a creamy color mottled with green. The green slowly becomes more prominent but newer flushes will be lighter and misted. Small clump with white flowers .
A medium-sized beauty with slender undulating leaves that are powdery blue. Good form and great substance.
Small clump of blue-green leaves framed by a wide yellow-gold border. Great substance and some cupping on slightly corrugated leaves.
Unique hosta from Bob Solberg with beet red petioles and beet red scapes topped with purple flowers. It also has a very thin red border on the leaf in spring. Fertile and does pass on the red genes
Very large bright green hosta with deeply impressed veins and creates a unique mound...been around for a while but has never been readily available.
Very striking and fully tetraploid form of ‘First Frost’...unbelievably thick blue leaves have a very wide feathered, creamy-yellow border.
Chalky-blue leaves are rounded, cupped and puckered.very nice hosta that should be in every garden!
Sport of 'Amber Tiara' with thick yellow leaves that have a wide green border...beautiful little hosta
Cross 'Dewed Steel' and 'Devon Green' and you get a great hosta with thick leaves and a wonderful shiny finish. Black-purple petioles absolutely glow and thus the name!
New sport from 'Sugar and Spice' and most likely a tetraploid...dark green leaf with a very wide creamy-yellow border. Leaf has a nice sheen and the plant is stunning. Flowers should be fragrant.
Very large, blue-green leaves form a clump which commands attention.another must for any hostaholic!
Dense, medium-sized mound of highly pie-crusted intensely blue leaves. The leaf tips twist outward creating the illusion of constant motion. Lavender flowers midsummer.
Wonderful miniature with very blue leaves...great substance and good grower
Variegated sport of ‘Fragrant Blue’...heart-shaped leaves are blue-green and framed by a variable yellow border. Possibly the same as H. ‘Secret Love’.
Nice small blue that forms a dense clump of thick, solid blue leaves. In late May and June it is has intense blue color and is the perfect size to work into the front of the border.
Blue Mouse Ears
Wonderful blue with very thick round leaves that form a tight mound. One of the best hostas and a great blue.
This beautiful new introcuction from Jeff Moore comes from a cross between 'Allegan Fog' x 'Blue Dogwood'...a small and aggressive grower. Very fertile for a misted plant .
Long, narrow-shaped leaves of an intense blue color on purple petioles on this wonderful new intro from Danny Van Eechaute...cross between 'Shimmy Shake' and 'Theo's Blue'
One of the early hybrids from ‘Empress Wu’...crossed with ‘Skylight’ and gives a very large blue-green hosta with nice veination and good substance.
An all blue tissue-culture sport of 'Quiet Wyatt' from Jeff Moore...thick blue leaves with a wavy border come to a point...impressive
Small, heart-shaped blue-grey leaves Makes a lush little clump of heart-shaped blue-grey leaves
Nice seedling from a cross of longipes hypoglauca and ‘Salute’...gray-green leaves come to a point and show a lot of red on the leaves that lasts for weeks. (similar look to ‘Purple Haze’ but lasts much longer).
Very large rounded dark green leaves have a yellow border on this sport of 'Sum and Substance'
Tetraploid form of 'Lonesome Dove'...thick cupped leaves have a white center and a very wide blue-green border. This one will be a slow grower but will be worth the wait.
Named for us "boyz" at Naylor Creek...emerges bright chartreuse with pointy little red leaf tips. As the red fades, the slightly glossy leaves turn bright yellow.
Bridal Falls PP25594
PP25594 Beautiful sport from ’Niagara Falls’...makes a large clump of dark green leaves with a wide creamy-white border that creates a "feathered" pattern on the leaf. The gentle pie-crusting makes for an elegant hosta.
Another wonderful wide-edged hosta from Jan Van den Top...tetraploid sport of ‘Dark Star’. Narrow and thick blue-green leaves with a wide creamy-yellow margin that eventually turns white.
Here’s the tetraploid of ‘Border Street’ from Danny Van Eechaute...thick leathery dark green leaves have a broad creamy-white border.
Outstanding yellow-gold leaves are framed by a wide medium green border...good substance and lots of corrugation.