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.
Emerald Tiara is the reverse mutation of H. Golden Tiara. It emerges early in the season and boasts the same round textured oval leaves as the other Tiaras, but with green to gold centers with beautiful green variations appearing throughout the season. One of its best features is that it will sport hundreds of dark lavender flowers in the summer that bloom into the fall. Very cute. Sun tolerant, too. All hostas are shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
Golden Tiara is a medium size mounding variety. It has a chartreuse to gold margin surrounding a medium green center,. Medium to deep purple flowers appear in late July. It's sun tolerant and will brighten up any shady area. Looks great in wide, shallow containers, 1996 Hosta Merit Award winner. All hostas will be shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
Guacamole is one fast grower and will fill an area quickly. It forms large, dense clumps and thrives in partial shade where the sun can brighten the leaf centers. Its avocado green leaves are shiny with a dark green wide margin. The leaves are moderately folded. Fragrant white blooms appear in early summer making it perfect for planting near walkways, patios, decks or paths. Very sun tolerant. 2002 Hosta of the Year. All hostas are shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
This rapid-growing hosta has narrow long medium to dark green glossy leaves. It grows into a dense spreading mound which makes it perfect for containers. It sports bell-shaped lavender blooms in summer. Great for edging and borders, too! All hostas are shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
One of the largest hostas available today and one of the earliest hostas to emerge in the spring. It has broadly ovate leaves which form a huge mound of lime green leaves with a glossy texture. The leaves change to yellow when exposed to more sunlight. It has pale lavender blooms in mid summer. It's sun and heat tolerant. Deserved the distinction of Hosta of the Year in 2004. All hostas will be shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
This early emerging and fast-growing hosta grows into a three-foot wide clump of shiny blue/green leaves with a wide rippled gold margin, It tolerates morning sun well. It's topped with 20" scapes of lavender flowers in mid summer. A real eye catcher! All hostas will be shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.