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Grey-green leaves have a ruffled edge and the leaves stick out in all directions on a upright clump...vigorous grower.
Lance-shaped arching green leaves have a yellow-white border and are held on, red petioles, very fast growing
Jim & Meg Dalton have come to be hybridizers we look to for exciting new varieties to bring to you all. 'Scheherazade' is an open pollinated seedling from kikutii Leuconata and has intense blue, pointed, lance-shaped leaves that look good all season. Deeply impressed veins add character to a hosta with unique form.
PPAF Excellent sport from 'Church Mouse' with a nice wide yellow border…the leaves are quite wavy on a cute plant and a great addition to the "mouse" collection.
The tetraploid form of ‘Secret Love’...unique colored blue-green leaves are surrounded by a very wide yellow border. Extremely thick leaves on a clump topped with near-white flowers.
Variegated sport from 'Fragrant Blue' ...blue-green heart-shaped leaves with a yellow border. Topped with near-white flowers in early summer.
‘One Man’s Treasure’ has been one of our favorites for years and now Jan has produced it with a nice wide white border. Shiny dark green leaves have great substance and are held on red petioles that show color well up into the leaf.
A new one from the Daltons...yellow-green leaves have darker veins that really makes this hosta stand out! Elegant ruffled leaves arch toward the ground Not ready to ship until June
Beautifully shaped light green leaves ripple and twist as they reach up and outward making a flat spreading mound. The purplish-red petioles are easily seen as the leaves dance atop them. Exquisite lavender flowers.
Sport from 'Moonlight Sonata' with very shiny dark green leaves--will have fragrant lavender flowers.
Intense silver-blue leaves make a flat mound about 14" tall. Leaves are quite round with some cupping and good corrugation. Pale lavender flowers in July.
This is a wonderful introduction from Ron Livingston...arching silver-blue leaves have a rippled margin. Makes an elegant upright clump.
Silver Tongued Devil
Finally! We have enough to list this wonderful plant…very limited this year. Beautiful elongated silver-blue leaves are folded and reach out mimicking a stuck-out tongue and they are even pointed.
Pointed blue leaves have wavy margins on this new Hosta from ‘Halcyon’ and ‘Spritzer’…it emerges early in the garden like ‘Spritzer’ and holds up till late in the fall like ‘Halcyon’.
Very long, narrow yellow leaves with tight ripples that run from the base of the petioles to the tip have a striking green border that accentuates the rippling.
Heart-shaped leaves form a medium-sized clump of brilliant aquamarine-blue, reflecting the color of the sky. The thick scapes are topped with fertile lavender flowers in June and early July. Best coloring is achieved with 2 hours of morning sun or bright light in high shade.
Sport from ‘Halcyon’ with pointed, frosty blue-green leaves surrounded by a creamy-white border. Thick leaves topped with pale lavender flowers.
Sport from ‘Sleeping Beauty’...beautiful frosty blue leaves have a wide creamy border that changes to white. Topped with lavender flowers. Another very nice hosta from Jan Van den Top.
Jan's latest addition to the Mouse Club--blue green leaves sport a nice wavy greenish border. Vigorous grower and makes a nice specimen.
This wonderful hosta resluted from the tissue-culture run of 'Quiet Wyatt' from Jeff Moore...thick blue-green leaf has a wide irregular yellow border...this one is gonna be beautiful
New variegated sport of H. ‘Snowden’ from Great Britain...large blue-green leaves have a yellow border and are held on long petioles that create an elegant upright clump.
Medium/small silver-blue with gently rolling leaf edges and pointed tips that curl downward. They are lightly puckered and arranged upon a flat mound. All depict the quiet peacefulness of a gentle summer breeze. Pale lavender flowers complete the scene in mid-season
This is the reverse variegated sport of 'Raspberry Sundae'…red petioles hole green leave with a nice white border.
Soul Shine will outdo the sun when you see this medium sized, upright and cascading clump from across the garden. The broad, pointed leaves are heavily puckered and a beautiful golden color.
All-green foliage has thick substance on this sport of 'Hawaiian Luau'... leaves are moderately wavy with a thick glaucous bloom on top.
Stand by Me
Unique sport of ‘June’...upright yellowish-green leaves have a very irregular blue border with lots of streaking toward the narrower center. Not as large as the parent but a vigorous grower and expands from a crown that looks like a large flower bud.
Beautiful green leaves have heavily impressed veins and a variable yellow border with a ruffled margin. Nice sheen on the leaves and a vigorous grower.
Finally! We have a batch of this wonderful blue from Don Dean...large thick heart-shaped blue leaves are wavy and make a gorgeous clump
Stir it Up
A great Alttara Scheer plant…red petioles hold very wavy shiny green leaves that give the appearance of upward mobility. Leaf backs are white and make a dense clump topped with lavender flowers. We find this a very nice hosta to look upon.
Sugar and Spice
Sport from ‘Invincible’...shiny green leaves with a bright cream to white border. Topped with fragrant lavender flowers in August.
Upright dark-green leaves on purple-red petioles. Already introduced in 2011 as one of the best with purple-red petioles and finally available. Our plants are smallish.
A sport from Hallsons of 'Winter Snow' with a white border...really pretty and grows well
Tony gives us a gold version of 'Blue Mouse Ears' that is really a bright spot in a trough or the garden. Plant in bright light for the best color.
A new sport from H. ‘Rainforest Sunrise’ with rounded leaves that sport a narrow "flamed" yellow center framed by a very wide green border. Leaves are somewhat cupped and have excellent substance. Vigorous grower.
Thick round leaves have a chartreuse-yellow center and a wide white border...good substance and lots of corrugation. Lavender flowers.
Very nice little miniature named for wavy leaf margins reminiscent of the ocean waves. Pointed dark green leaves form an impressive little clump as the plant is stoloniferous.
Tetraploid form of ’Fragrant Bouquet’...heart-shaped apple-green leaves have a very wide creamy border. When mature leaves have a dome shape and are topped with large fragrant near-white flowers.