Hosta introductions 2021
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Quite sturdy and attractive sport from ‘Blue Umbrellas’...blue-green leaves have a variable yellow border. Topped with lavender flowers.
Great sport from ‘Maui Buttercups’...bright gold leaves are framed with a dark green border and show lots of corrugation. Vigorous grower topped with lavender flowers in early summer
Heart-shaped grey-green leaves with a gold border that changes to creamy white. Nice looking hosta.
Green leaves held on very red petioles...one the earliest cultivars with red petioles...longipes f. hypoglauca x 'Maruba Iwa' hybrid.
This 'Urajiro Hachijo' x 'Dewed Steel' seedling come from Bart Leuckx of Belgium...steel blue leaves are held on long intensely red petioles...beautiful contrast
Red Wine Fries
Trudy Van Wyk retired from hybridizing but we have a couple of her seedlings and 'Red Wine Fries' is first to be ready. Cross between 'Cranberry Wine and 'Curly Fries' makes an elegant clump of long and wavy grey-green leaves with lots of character! Red petioles hold the leaves with twisted tips in an upright fashion so they cascade like a water spout.
This is the all green form of Jeff's 'Grateful Red'...maybe not quite the flare of the parent but bet those genes are still in there
One of the last hostas from Mildred to be introduced...low spreading mound of large, green leaves with prominent veins and gold borders
Lots going on with this hosta…grey blue-green leaves are cupped with a piecrust edge and held on red petioles also, flower stems!
A strongly puckered blue with "perfect abs" for leaves which are held uniquely upright...a seedling out of the late Marge Soules program that Rick acquired as an unnamed seedling in 1996. 'Ripped' puts on a large show yet takes up only medium sized space.
Unique sport from ‘June’...long narrow, wavy golden leaves have a narrow blue-green border that streaks some to the center. Same great substance as the parent.
Grey-green leaves atop red petioles...backs of the leaves are so it is a probable a pycnophylla hybrid
Vigorous sport from ‘Striptease’...leaves are same shape and size as parent but have a white center with wide dark green borders that contrast beautifully.
Thick grey-green leaves of the weirdest kind. Unique, that is for sure but beautiful because of its ugliness.
2016 Dixie Regional Convention plant....tight yellow clump with upright leaves that are narrow and folded. Vigorous. Bloom scapes are like rockets erupting from the clump...late season change from yellow to yellowish white.
Roller Coaster Ride
Narrow pointed green leaves have a rippled thin white border...stable sport of the streaked 'Ray of Hope'.
Small round green leaves have slightly wavy margins and seems to have a different form than others.
Royal Crest PPAF
'Royal Crest' has medium green, shiny leaves that show heavier substance than traditional fragrant varieties. Large white flowers are produced August to early September
Ruffled Pole Mouse
New "mouse" from Jan van den Top! 'Green Mouse Ears' with a white center. This one is more stable than some of the others and the leaves fold somewhat just like its parent' Very limited!