Amber Tiara has thick chartreuse oval-shaped leaves with a blunt tip. It forms an attractive dense mound. The flowers are light purple on 22" scapes in late summer. Give this Tiara more sun for its best color. All hostas are shipped bareroot unless otherwise agreed.
Blue Angel is one of the largest of the blue hostas. The silvery blue leaves are heart-shaped and form a nice-sized cascading mound. White to lavender flowers appear in mid summer. Leaves are heavily textured. One of the most popular blue hostas. Looks great in containers or tubs. All hostas shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed. Blue hostas will appear green when exposed to more sun. Dappled morning sun is the best site to retain the bluest color.
The blue-green heart-shaped leaves of Blue Cadet are heavily textured making it slug resistant. It also has a nice mounding habit. Its vigorous growth will fill an area quickly. Tubular lavender flowers rise above foliage mid summer. It's a very popular blue hosta because of the variety of uses as a border, ground cover or edging plant. Great for containers to boot! Blue hostas will appear green when exposed to more sun. Dappled morning sun is the best site to retain the blue color. All hostas shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
Blue Hawaii has giant, lightly puckered round blue/green foliage. It has a more upright vase shaped appearance. The powdery sky blue leaves hold their color from early spring to mid August. In early summer, heavy blooms of white fragrant flowers emerge. There's no doubt why this one is so popular. A Sunset Hosta Farm favorite. All hostas shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
2008 Hosta of the Year for good reason! The medium blue/green mouse ear shape of the leaves is nothing short of adorable! Outstanding lavender to white lily like flowers atop graceful stalks. It's also slug resistant. A must-have for any hosta garden. Blue hostas can appear green when exposed to more sun. Dappled morning sun is the best site to retain the blue color. All hostas shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
If you're looking for a big blue hosta, look no further. Bressingham Blue's jumbo-sized leaves measure 15" long and 12" across at full maturity. The powdery blue leaf color can fade with too much sun exposure, so it's best sited in deep shade. White bloom in early summer. It has beautiful thick, corrugated leaves. Give this one plenty of room! All hostas are shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
Brim Cup Hosta features cupped sea green leaves with creamy margins. Its dense leaves stay low to the ground. It's size and vitality make it great for mass plantings, edging a border or as a ground cover.
Carolina Blue is a hybrid of H. Halcyon and H. Riptide. It grows into a medium-sized mound of light blue rounded leaves that hold their color through most of the season, even in warmer climates. Pale purple flowers shoot up in mid summer. Tolerates morning sun very well. Seeds are viable, too. Blue hostas will appear green when exposed to more sun. Dappled morning sun is the best site to keep its blue color. All hostas are shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
City Lights forms a sturdy mound of thick corrugated chartreuse foliage which chances to bright yellow as the season progresses. Short scapes of near white flowers. Its attractive from Spring to Frost. Best coloring when sited in some bright light. City Lights makes a stunning backdrop!
If you love Great Expectations, you'll really love Dream Queen. It's a sport of Great Expectations which emerges in the spring with bright yellow centers and wide intense blue green margins. It's cupped, corrugated leaves are resistant to slugs. It's a show stopper when the colors reach maturity. Dainty white flowers appear on 16" scapes in mid summer. This is a great textured hosta to add to your garden.
This sport of Blue Angel hosta sports heart-shaped blue-green leaves with a creamy white margin that gets wider as it matures. Pale lavender flowers appear on 40” scapes in mid summer for a dramatic presentation. No wonder it was voted Hosta of the Year in 2009. Earth Angel is a show stopper in the garden. If you need a truly outstanding specimen plant, Earth Angel is it.
Great smokey blue heart-shaped leaves that turn green by mid summer. Its thick and corrugated leaves mean great slug resistance. Elegans is frequently used en masse as a beautiful background for colorful perennials.