Hosta introductions 2019
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Dance with Me
Greenish-yellow leaves have a wide dark green border and good substance...reversed sport of 'Summer Music'.
Thick blue-green leaves have a wavy yellowish-green border that darkens to a pale green as the season progresses. The wavy border and unique color combination makes this one different from other "mouses".
Large hosta with an exceptional pie-crusted edge...starts out a bright yellow and then turns a very pale yellow late in the season. Topped with pale lavender flowers in midsummer.
Dawn's Early Light
Emerges with beautiful corrugated bright yellow leaves that sport a nice rippled edge. Late in the season the leaves turn a greenish color but the clump is still very handsome.
Deep Blue Sea
One of the most outstanding "blues" we grow...round leaves are very blue and quite corrugated with super substance and a heavy glaucous bloom. Flowers appear end of July and are pale lavender and closed.
A newer introduction from Don Dean that makes a large upright clump of deep blue cupped and heavily corrugated foliage. This one is a show stopper and will soon become a classic.
Grey-green leaves have a light yellow border that turns white quickly. A 'Vivacious' sport with the same red petioles.
Elongated blue-green leaves have a rippled, creamy-yellow uneven border that creates a striped effect. Nice plant with unusual appearance.
Another great "mouse"...creamy centered leaves turn white with a blue-green border. ‘Desert Mouse’might be the same as ‘Pure Heart’ but we think it grows better.
Shiny green leaves in spring with yellow center on this wonderful sport of 'Invincible'. The flowers are fragrant and show mid season.
Very nice plant with unique aqua-blue leaves drenched in a glaucous bloom. Great substance on leaves held upright forming a vase-shaped clump.
PPAF CPBRAF Attractive, heart-shaped blue leaves are thick and and have heavy corrugation with wavy margins. Very attractive!
Diamonds are Forever
PP26011 Sport from 'Diamond Tiara' with beautiful thick leaves and a very wide white border...very showy!
Vigorous grower with huge fragrant near-white flowers...leaves are a rich green framed with a very wide white border.
Soft green leaves with a gray-green border change to yellow centers as the season progresses. Wonderful little sport from 'Lemontinit'.
Double D Cup
In spring this plant emerges a grayish-green color looking very ordinary and then in early June it starts to show variegation with a faint green border. The border gets darker with time and the leaves begin to cup. Looks like a different plant in late summer..
Rubbery and very glossy green leaves. A tetraploid form of plantaginea that stays more compact. Fragrant white flowers come late in the season.
This bright and shiny introduction is ‘Red Dragon’ with a white edge. Long, pointed green leaves sport a clean white border with some rippling...same red petioles as the parent.
Thick leaves have a creamy center surrounded by a wide blue-green border. Good grower with great substance.
This is the all blue sport of 'Lakeside Cupcake'...vigorous grower with thick dusty blue, heart-shaped leaves that makes a low dense mound.
Interesting plant! This is a fully tetraploid sport from 'Liberty' and is the reverse of 'Game Boy. Very thick leaves have a yellow-chartreuse center with a cream to white border. Slow grower but worth the wait.