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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
Bright white leaves have a wide green border and are held on raspberry-red stems that bring the red color right up into the leaf. Give it some early morning sun or good filtered light. Deep red scapes are topped with dark purple flowers.
Heart-shaped grey-green leaves with a gold border that changes to creamy white. Nice looking hosta.
Seedling from 'Maya Kingsnake' and 'Purple Boots...red petioles hold nicely shaped medium green leaves. Good veination and lots of substance.
Purple-red petioles and scapes....gray-green leaves form a vigorous clump with lavender flowers on this cross between ‘Riptide’ and ‘Blue Cadet’.
Cherry-red petioles hold long narrow shiny green leaves with a very wavy edge. Upright grower creates a vase-shaped clump of pointed leaves with long tips. Vigorous grower with lavender flowers.
Nicely rippled, shiny bright green leaves are held on strong upright red petioles. The red extends all the way up to the leaves and even the scapes are bright red. Purple flowers in August that are fertile.
Red Hot Poker
Shiny green leaves with a creamy-white border. The leaves have good substance and are wavy with sone cupping,
Seedling from 'Invincible?--like its parent it loves the sun and has bright reflecting blades that glisten when the light hits them. Add to this, bright red petioles and pale lavender flowers late. Named after the Red Steppers from Indiana University
Danny brings us another nice plant with red legs. 'Sea Octopus' seedling with upright lance-shaped green leaves held on very tall red petioles. Rapid grower.
Pretty plant with shiny medium-green leaves that have a creamy-white variable border...some streaking to the middle. Lavender flowers.
Sport from ‘Krossa Regal’ with a very wide creamy-white border. Frosty blue-green leaves are held upright creating a vase-shaped clump.
Gray-green leaves have a serrated edge and an undulating leaf margin.
Rhythm and Blues
Very wavy elongated blue-green leaves that turn medium green later...different look!
Like no other hosta...dark green leaves have a curl at the end of each leaf tip and intense mini ruffles running up the sides. Late season bloomer, it holds up well in autumn and maintains a beautiful vase-shaped clump.
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.
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.
Beautiful hosta with large rounded gray-green leaves and a wide creamy-white border.
Impressive plant with heart-shaped gray-green leaves that have a wide yellow border that turns creamy-white by the end of the season.
Shiny green leaves with a beatiful irregular white border are topped with fragrant white flowers on this 'Royal Standard' sport.
Royal Wedding PP26727
PP26727 'Diana Remembered' is already a stunning hosta but now we add a much wider border and it really stands out...green and white leaves topped with large fragrant white flowers.
Ruffled Mouse Ears
Blue-green leaves have a ruffled margin with a border that is slightly lighter than the rest of the leaf but not as noticeable as ‘Church Mouse’ or ‘Dancing Mouse’.
Large blue-green leaves with a greenish-yellow border. Great substance.