Hosta

HOSTA If not overdone Hostas can present a spectacular accent in a shady garden, Poorly laid out and overdone with prominent labeling they can be hideous, We have tried to offer a sampling of the range of foliage types available, focusing mostly on classic plants along with some moderately priced newer introductions. We have attempted to select the best in each category, . It was a daunting task to narrow the list of available and moderately priced plants to just the very best, we think we did a good job. Be wary when price shopping as you may receive a tiny plant barely out of the tissue culture tube, ours are all large divisions and many have multiple eyes.____ZONE 4



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Hosta 'Baby Bunting'

Hosta 'Baby Bunting'

The dwarf solid blue plant that sported Pandora's box and Hope, it is a nice small Hosta.
$15.00

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Hosta 'Bridegroom'

Hosta 'Bridegroom'

A seedling of H. 'Holly's Honey', named by Dorothy Benedict, Bridegroom is a medium sized hosta with dark green leaves that twist upwards, as phallic symbols go this leaves a lot to the imagination
$24.00

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Hosta 'Carolina Sunshine'

Hosta 'Carolina Sunshine'

The Walters Crew was out and intimated that are Hosta selection while classic could use some updating, this is one of a dozen or so new additions that they are responsible for, Carolina Sunshine is one of Tony Avents creations with long dark green leaves bearing a broad yellow margin, It holds up well in summer heat. A classy plant from a classy guy.
$24.00

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Hosta 'Chinese Sunrise'

Hosta 'Chinese Sunrise'

A variegated hybrid of Hosta cathayana bred by Gus Krossa, it is an interesting small plant that seems to be experiencing a resurgence in popularity.
$15.00

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Hosta 'Color Glory'

Hosta 'Color Glory'

A nice gold margined sieboldiana type from Paul Aden that dates back to 1980, we deem it worthy of garden space.
$25.00

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Hosta 'Curly Fries'

Hosta 'Curly Fries'

I have very low tolerance for the endless parade of “new” hostas, but this one is actually, well different! The leaves are very long and narrow, almost looking more like a wide leaved carex than a typical hosta, and the leaf margins have a very pronounced wavy edge, and are the light shade of green that hosta people like to pretend is yellow. The flowers are dark purple and actually rather nice. Zone 3-9
$24.00

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Hosta 'Electrocution'

Hosta 'Electrocution'

Wavy leaf margins on hostas seem to be the thing these days. This one has fairly narrow leaves, a narrow variegated margin, and a decided ripply frill to the edges. Zone 3-9
$24.00

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Hosta 'June'

Hosta 'June'

The broad chartreuse yellow centers and narrow green edge gives this a unique look that stands out, which is our main criterion for selecting Hostas. There are just too many named look-alikes sold at outrageous prices in the Hosta world.
$20.00

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Hosta 'Pandora's Box'

Hosta 'Pandora's Box'

Considered one of the best small Hostas, small rounded leaves with a splash of white variegation in the center, it is indeed very beautiful, but like so many of the variegates it can be a bit variable.
$19.00

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Hosta 'Praying Hands'

Hosta 'Praying Hands'

2011 Hosta of the year the unusually tight, folded dark-green, crinkled leaves and yellow-gold margin turning white on the end of a long, upright petiole. Each green leaf is rolled and folded into a tube shape, displaying the prominent veins on the back and shiny underside This has been around for a while and seems a somewhat odd choice for Hosta of the year. It must be the vast right wing Christian conspiracy, or maybe the Tea party.
$28.00

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