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A HUGE hosta so give this one lots of room! Gigantic green leaves tend to be rather floppy because they are so big. Near-white flowers.
Variegated sport from ‘Dragon Tails’...long, wavy leaves have a green center framed by a yellow border. Leaves tend to grow upward and then cascade down making a perfect little mound.
Tea at Betty’s
Very nice variegated sport from ‘Rippled Honey’...medium green leaves have a pale yellow border with a heavily rippled margin. Shiny leaves are topped with FRAGRANT lavender flowers.
Heart-shaped blue leaf with a white center that slowly turns green through the season. A sport of 'Halcyon' that acts like 'Guardian Angel'.
Nice sport from sieboldiana ‘Elegans’ found in Belgium...large rounded and puckered blue-green leaves have a creamy-white center. Very nice plant!
Upright powdery blue-green leaves on a large clump...similar to nigrescens and has tall flower scapes.
Grey-green leaves with a wide creamy-white margin on this, stable sport of 'Sally and Bob' which is a streaked plant.
The Bristish are Coming
Grey-green leaves held on red petioles on this sport of 'Red Cloud'.
The High Life
Thick yellow leaves have a wide green border...good substance
The Sweetest Thing
Shiny leaves with creamy -white streaks and a wavy margin on this 'Invincible' seedling. Makes a dense mound and really stands out with its FRAGRANT lavender flowers. Should be great for hybridizing!
Tickle Me Pink
Leaves emerge bright yellow-chartreuse on red petioles with red tips and some red brushed across the shiny backs. Later the leaves become a golden color. Fuchsia-pink buds emerge in September on dark scapes.
Elongated powder blue leaves grow into a large full mound...great grower
Pointed shiny yellow leaves, a cross between 'Corkscrew' and 'Lemon Frost', very rapid growing plant.
Vigorous silver-blue clumps up quickly with leathery, smooth centered and wavy edged leaves heavily coated with wax on both sides. At only 9" tall, this clump is perfect for the front of the border. A second flush mid to late season keeps the blue coming. Lavender flowers.
a great new introduction from Bob Solberg and a hybrid from ''Key West''...large yellow leaves are dome-shaped and show nice veination. Held on red petioles the leaves will hold their color all season. Named after Tom Micheletti, past president of the AHS.
Small, slightly wavy green leaves, a Japanese venusta seedling named by the Fransens.
Blue leaves with a wide yellow margin on this 'Tokudama Flavocircinalis' sport...has a better yellow edge that remains clear through most of the season. Topped with lavender flowers
Fast grower with long, light, soft green leaves, white backed, red petioles, un-tamed and twisted. As the season grows on, the first flush of leaves can (with the right exposure)develop yellow flecks and speckles. This trait can be passed on to offspring. Tolerates sun well and is fertile .
Nice hybrid from 'Sea Prize' x 'Yellow River'. Green leaves start with a yellow border that changes to white. Good substance and a vigorous grower.