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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.
Jeff Moore is a star in the Hosta World...this beautiful plant is out of 'Independence Streaked' x 'Justine' and should be a full tetraploid. Thick green leaves are heartshaped and have a wide light green border
Tears of the Sun
Small green leaves and plenty of flowers on this mini...very rapid grower...all green sport of 'ki Nakafu Otome' and can be seen as a member of the "Thumbnail group" which is the name of all these small venusta types
A sport from ’English Sunrise’...blue leaves have a subtle yellow border. Lavender flowers on this probable reverse of ‘June’
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 High Life
Thick yellow leaves have a wide green border...good substance
The Leading Edge
Heart-shaped green leaves have an irregular yellow border... 'Dorothy Benedict' is one of its parents
The Minnesota Mafia
If you've been to a convention you've probably run up against The Minnesota Mafia at an auction...they form a cartel so they can bid the highest on the rarest...and they smile all thu it..long bright yellow leaves change to chartreuse on this 'Jade Cascade' sport
The Razor's Edge
Small green hosta that makes an arching mound of long narrow and rippled leaves...red at the base of the petioles
It is always exciting to bring you new hostas from Rick Goodenough...'The Shire' is an elegant, glossy deep green with leaves held upright creating a fountain effect (only in 1 garden)
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!
This sport of ‘Gold Drop’ has proved to be an outstanding performer. Thick leaves have a chartreuse-green center framed with a nice blue-green border. Lavender flowers midsummer.
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.
Pointed shiny yellow leaves, a cross between 'Corkscrew' and 'Lemon Frost', very rapid growing plant.
Very large dark green leaves have a wide golden border on this 'Sum and Substance' sport...somewhat unstable variety and does throw a lot of all gold sports
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.
Small, slightly wavy green leaves, a Japanese venusta seedling named by the Fransens.
Top of the Mornin'
This small yellow, flared mound has something going on all season...heavily dimpled foliage has lots of ruffles and unusual rosy-red petioles followed by scapes of the same color...dark lavender flowers top it off
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 .
A new small hosta from Bob Solberg...hybrid from ''Tongue Twister'' has small blue-green leaves that are twisted and held upright...very good substance and hangs on to the very end of the season.
A sport from 'Kiwi Spearmint' with leaves that are extremely twisted