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Fitting name for this "quiet" blue that can reach 42" high by 5-6’ across! Intense blue leaves are deeply cupped, nicely corrugated and held in an upright fashion creating a vase-shaped clump. Does well in cooler or warmer climates. Very fertile and produces lots of seed.
Leaves have yellowish-orange centers that fade to a very pale yellow as the season progresses...the wide variable border is dark green.
Giantland Mouse Cheese
Makes a small mound of green foliage that turns yellow and is a good grower.
Beautiful upright clump with the leaves held almost flat but layered well above the ground. The medium green leaves have a wide creamy-yellow to white feathered border and where there is overlap two shades of grey-green develop.
Introduction from Viktoria Serafin...very large hosta with an upright form. Blue-green at first and then changes to dark green with cupped leaves that show the white undersides making for a lovely contrast. Stong petioles, great substance and this vigorous grower can take lots of sun.
Sport from 'Love Pat' with blue corrugated leaves that have a yellow border that becomes blue later later in the season...as we say, "it’s a spring thing!".
Nice plant! Large shiny golden leaves havea slightly wavy margin and great substance.
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.
Chalky yellow-green leaves are heart-shaped and have a yellow border that is slighty paler than the center of the leaf on this sport of 'Early Times'.
Dark green shiny leaves on a 'Maruba Iwa' hybrid,...lots of flowers in the fall
Thick bright green leaves are very shiny and really stand out on this wonderful hybrid but the real treat comes in August when purple-striped fragrant flowers make their appearance...great grower!
Rounded blue-green leaves have a bright golden border that changes to white, 'Great Expectations' sport.
PP19003 Sport from ‘Halcyon’ with a very wide white border...outstanding! Vigorous grower with all the same attributes as its parent especially great substance.
Small green leaves on a rapid growing venusta-type that comes from Rosemoor Gardens but received from Ann and Roger Bowden.
We are introducing a couple plants from hybridizer Ed Schulz of Iowa this year...dense mound of smooth bright green leaves that are wavy but the waves go in a downward motion creating a different look for a hosta
Green Mouse Ears
Sport of ‘Blue Mouse Ears’...very thick, round dark green leaves form a dense clump. European form and the leaves show some folding.
Green with Envy
Oval yellow leaves have a green borderon this beautiful sport of 'Dawn',..very fast multiplier.
Elongated and arching blue-green leaves form a graceful medium-sized mound on this seedling from ‘Cinnamon Sticks’ x ‘Gilt by Association’. Reddish petioles show color up into the leaves that are held horizontally atop the petioles creating a beautiful vase-shape.
Unique ‘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.
Upright dark green leaves on a rectifolia hybrid that looks a lot like 'Tall Boy' but is different.
Variegated sport of ‘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 large clump of blue foliage topped with white flowers. In cooler climates the distinct variegation holds well into the season.
Sport from ‘Striptease’...creamy-yellow centered 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. Lavender flowers.