Hosta introductions 2018
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This is the all gold sport from ’June’...very bright yellow in the spring but does darken to a chartreuse with the season.
A variegated sport from ‘Blue Angel’ with large thick heart-shaped blue-green leaves that have a wide creamy-white border.
Becomes a dense mound of glossy, wavy green foliage on speckled red-purple petioles.
A wonderful sport of 'Solar Flare' with the same upright form…will reach to six feet across at maturity. Gold-margined leaves are slightly rippled and have good substance.
PP14632 Sport from 'Halcyon'...very blue leaves surrounded by a tidy bright white border. Good substance on a plant that can be absolutely stunning.
Thick, shiny green leaves make avase-shaped mound with tall flower scapes, aka nigrescens 'Elatior'.
Oval-shaped green leaves have a wide dark yellow margin. A 'Galaxy' x ('Fantastic' x 'Elatior') hybrid..
Long green leaves have a yellow border (later turns to white) that twists severely as they reach upward. A vigorous grower that definitely requires a second look when you walk by. Lavender flowers in July
Huge green leaves have a white back on this hybrid between 'June' and hypoleuca…leaves are somewhat wavy.
Lance-shaped blue-green leaves have a rippled margin on this 'Peter Pan' x 'Green Fountain' hybrid.
Outstanding shiny yellow leaves have a wide dark green margin and make a large clump topped with FRAGRANT lavender flowers. Looks like 'Cathedral Windows' but is different because it has a little twist in the leaves.
Twisted green leaves have a creamy-yellow center in spring and do green up some by the end of the season.
Very nice dark green hosta with strong leaves held on wide petioles that sport a beautiful ruffled margin. This is the all green ‘Lakeside Paisley Print’.
Emerald Ruff Cut
Sport of 'Sea Angel Wings' has nicely ruffled leaves with a gold center surrounded by an emerald-green border. Good substance and a vigorous grower.
Emeralds and Rubies
Shiny narrow green leaves are held on beautiful red petioles…red scapes on this 'Emerald Carpet' seedling.
SHADOWLAND* PP20774, CPBR4240 The largest hosta we grow...this seedling surpasses all hostas we know. Huge dark green leaves have deeply impressed veins and tremendous substance. In 5 or 6 years a mature clump can reach 4 1/2’ tall.
Blue-green leaves have an irregular, wide yellow border that becomes near white by midseason. Good substance and forms a medium low mound of wavy and folded heart-shaped leaves.
Glowing yellow, glossy foliage emerges in spring atop red petioles forming a symmetrical mound that jumps out from across the garden. The brightness endures throughout the season only to be topped off with saturated red flower scapes carrying lavender flowers.
Sport from ‘Captain Kirk’ with a creamy-white center and a wide dark green border. Very good grower for a white centered hosta and has good substance.
Graceful dark green leaves start with a yellow border that changes to white. Leaves are held in an upright manner creating a beautiful vase-shaped clump.
Green leaves start with a pale yellow border that changes to a wide white border. Upright habit.