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A low-growing clump with rounded blue-green leaves that have excellent substance and good texture one of the bluest.
Very bright yellow leaves in spring are quite wavy and turn greenish-yellow later.
One of the best medium-sized "blues"...makes a wonderful clump of blue leaves topped with lavender flowers mid summer.
Half and Half
Sport from H. ‘Lakeside Cupcake’...emerges with a pure white center that remains for the season. Thick leaves have a dark green border and a third light green color where there is overlap. Lavender flowers.
Vase-shaped mound of bright blue foliage that is nicely cupped. Spade-shaped leaves have great substance on this hybrid of ‘Halcyon’ X ‘Blue Betty Lou’.
True tetraploid of H. ‘Praying Hands’ with lots of great attributes...very thick leaves (almost feel like rubber) that stay much smaller than the parent and a creamy-yellow to white border that is much more defined. Clump will be topped with lavender flowers.
A sport of 'Andrew'.and similar but much more vigorous! Corrugated, puckered and folded leaves with ruffling at the base are blue-green with a showy white center. Green streaks appear late in the summer which contribute to the added vigor.
A sport from H. ‘Orange Marmalade’ we found several years ago and believed it to be a tetraploid but testing has proven it is not. The leaves are thicker and the bluish-green border is wider than the parent. The leaf center is a bright yellow but fades to a parchment color and shows some variability from plant to plant.
Dark green leaves have a creamy-yellow border that is wavy and changes to white.
Fantastic sport from H. "Bright Lights"...thick leather-like leaves have a chartreuse-yellow center and a very wide blue-green border. Topped with lavender flowers midsummer and can take quite a bit of sun. A great addition!
Her Eyes Were Blue
Intensely silver-blue, almost steel gray, leaves are heavily rippled and lightly serrated. The leaf tip twists and curves downward creating a low mound that only reaches about 12" tall. Vigorous growth rate and moderate corrugation makes this a standout in any garden.
Hi Ho Silver
Lance-shaped leaves with some ruffling on this wide white margined sport of H. ‘Ginko Craig' makes a small clump and maintains that cute look. Flowers are dark purple.
Leaves emerge with a yellow center that brightens to white and a variable wide blue margin. Good substance and pale lavender flowers.
Brand new tetraploid form of 'Paradise Power'...thick yellow leaves are surround by a wide green border. Should be a good grower and a real lookers.
Large rounded medium green leaves are surrounded by a wide greenish-yellow border that turns to creamy-white.
Holar Red Wine
Fresh green leaves on intensely red petioles. The red of the petioles goes into the leaves.
Holy Mouse Ears
Another sport from H. ‘Blue Mouse Ears’...thick leaves have a white center surrounded by a blue-green border and topped with lavender flowers.
Home Sweet Home
Marco Fransen brings us a gorgeous new sport from 'Sweet Home Chicago'...heart-shaped yellowish-green leaves have a wide creamy-white border.
Hot Air Balloon
Large to very large green-gold with huge unique leaves that seem to float in the breeze. Vigorous grower with very wide and deep set veins...stitched effect. Can take lots of sun.
SHADOWLAND* PP23598, CPBR4948 Improved version of 'Eskimo Pie'...wider, brighter blue border and green streaks frame the white center. Great looking plant that shows good vigor and bulks up fast.
Forms a massive dome-shaped clump of blue-green heart-shaped leaves that are nicely corrugated. Give this one plenty of room as it be an imposing hosta!
Grows like a weed.. H. venusta hybrid that has small, heart-shaped gray-green leaves with a creamy-white margin. Size and rapid growth rate make it suitable for edging.
Heart-shaped yellow leaves on a fast grower. Morning sun brings out more yellow color.