Hosta introductions 2020
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A sport from ‘Obsession’ with very thick, bright gold leaves framed by a wide, dark green border. Topped with lavender flowers on red-purple flower spikes.
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
This distinctive blue-green plant roars "look my way" with its deeply rolling ruffles, puckered texture and folded leaves that expose their white undersides. Struts its best stuff when planted in a half day sun in the north, adjust further south. Rough and tough substance. 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 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
Wedge-shaped blue-green leaves with a wavy margin and serrated edge...one of my favorite blues
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.
A fairly wide irregular orange-gold border really sets off the green leaf...where the primary colors overlap a couple of other tones develop. Heart-shaped leaves make a dense mound that is topped with pale lavender flowers in July
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 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 have a greenish-yellow border that makes for an interesting color combination...good substance.