Large green leaves with chartreuse margins adorn the Abiqua Moonbeam Hosta, which is a sport of August Moon Hosta. Great for shady borders as well as container plants. Hosta are easy to grow and add a burst of color to shady spots! Thsi variety is more sun tolerant than a lot of other Hosta varieties.
Beach Boy Hosta is a new variety available to gardeners, developed in Holland from Darwin Plants. Be certain to add this shade loving perennial to your hosta garden if you are a collector or if you want to add color and texture to your shade garden. Beach Boy Hosta has thick leaves with golden yellow centers that stand out against the blue-green border. This hosta is a sport of Dream Weaver Hosta and very similar to
Looking to make a BIG, and BOLD statement in your shade or hosta garden. Don't miss out on the classic award winning Big Daddy Hosta, with large blue-green leaves. It will make a sure impression in your garden. It forms a large, upright, clump of thick, rounded chalky blue leaves and the foliage becomes puckered and cupped as it matures and deepens to blue-green over time with near-white bell-shaped flowers. This plant will grow a large ...
The Cherry Berry Hosta has a lot to offer in the shade! This is a mound forming, slightly smaller in habit hosta that has more than great foliage going for it! Green edges surround the yellow centers of these leaves which brightens shady areas. The most attractive feature other than the leaves on this hosta are the Red flower stems that arise from the foliage in summer, they do a great job of contrasting the green and yellow leaves.
Create some excitement in your shade garden with the Fire and Ice Hosta! The leaves are slightly curled on this mostly white hosta that has green edges. This hosta is a small to medium size that only grows 8-10" and like other hostas prefers a shaded planting location.
Planting tip: Hostas are great for covering withering spring bulb foliage of tulips, daffodils etc!
First Frost is a a highly revered hosta and won the Hosta of the Year Award from the American Hosta Growers Association. First Frost Hosta grows to a medium size with bluish green leaves surrounded by creamy gold margins that fade to white as the leaves mature. If you are a hosta enthusiast this is a must have addition to your shade and or hosta garden.
This collection contains some of our favorite hostas, and they are also favorites amongst many of the hosta collectors and hosta fanatics we know! This diverse collection has a good sampling of colors and hostas with different features, from red leaf stems, to red flower stems, all white hosta foliage. This collection also features some award winning hostas, such as Stained Glass Hosta which was named the 2006 hosta of the year. If you know ...
Soft white leaves and striking green borders are the hallmark of the Hosta Mediovariegata. This low maintenance perennial grows well in moist, shady areas. The Hosta Mediovariegata grows to about 18 inches and can spread between 32 to 36 inches. This Hosta is really made for the shade!
Mmmmm Raspberry Sundae, looks so good! This new Hosta developed by Terra Nova nursery has so many good features, it is hard for us to pick our favorite! The variegated green and white leaves are crisp and clean looking. They are accented by raspberry red petioles and the flower stalks are also a deep raspberry red color. This compact variety looks great when planted in mass, used in containers or mixed in with your other hosta and shade loving ...
This versatile and highly acclaimed hosta was awarded the 2006 Hosta of the Year Award for plenty of good reasons. Stained Glass hosta, features glistening golden to green variegated leaves that sparkle in the sun. Yes, we said sparkle in the sun, as this hosta is sun tolerant! It is great for areas of partial sun, if planted in full sun additional moisture may be required for best results. Other great features of Stained Glass hosta ...
This is the giant dinosaur of Hostas! This jumbo cultivar has slightly wavy, medium green, rounded heart shape leaves that can grow 16-18" wide! The entire mound forming plant can grow 70-80" wide. It does well in part shade to full shade and gets white flowers that appear early summer. Be patient with this slow grower, as it make take several seasons to reach it's full growth potential.
Don't let the name of this hosta scare you away from adding it to your collection. Hosta to-ku-dama flavo-cir-ci-nalis is a true beauty in terms of large leaved hostas. This hosta forms a low growing mound about 18" tall, but can spread about 3-4' wide. Tokudama Flavocircinalis is an old Japanese cultivar that has been adorned by American gardeners for years. With large 4-7" heavily corrugated leaves it will add texture and color,
All white leaves on a hosta, a rarity in the plant world! This White Feather Hosta is a necessity for the hosta collector! Great for a moonlight garden filled with white flowers! Performs best when grown in shade to part shade, grows well in moist well draining soil. Be the envy of your gardening friends and neighbors with this new and unique White Feather Hosta.