Elongated green leaves with a yellow margin that turns white later in the season
Grey-green leaves of good substance that color in a uneven way to yellow and later white.
Thick, shiny yellow leaves with a wide irregular dark green edge. A sport of 'June Fever' with narrower leaves.
Very large blue-green leaves with a yellow margin that, depending on the amount of light, will change to white. A very large Hosta with ‘Gray Cole Streaked’ as its mother plant.
Green leaves with a narrow yellow, later creamy-white center.
Blue-green, corrugated leaves with rippled margins.
Creamy-white leaves of good substance surrounded by a dark green margin. A sport of 'Champagne Toast' that has all the characteristics of a tetraploid.
Satin-green leaves with a wide wavy white margin.
Yellowish-green leaf with dark green margin. Obvious a 'Fortunei' type of plant that we received from Susanna and Lehel Kósa.
Upright, golden leaves of good substance.
Green leaves with a white margin that has green flecks.
Dark green leaves with a yellow margin that turns white later in the season.
Round, puckered green leaves with a wide yellow border that turn creamy-white quickly.
Very shiny green leaves, wavy margins. Selected because of its special spider-like and long-lasting flowers. Hybrid with yingeri genes therefore requires a warm and moist place in your garden.
Upright, grey-blue, later dark green leaves. The upright form and tall flowers are obvious inherited from 'White Triumphator' of which it is a seedling.
Narrow and thick, upright yellow leaves with a heavily rippled blue margin. An interesting sport of ‘Ripple Effect’.
Small green leaves, a rapid growing venusta-type of plant that comes from Rosemoor Gardens but received from Ann and Roger Bowden.
Grey-blue leaves with a wavy margin.
Yellowish-green leaves with white margins. A sport of 'Gold Standard' that is similar to 'Moonlight'.
Dark green, shiny leaves with yellowish, later creamy-white margins. A sport of 'Lime Zest'.
Very large soft-green leaves. A cross between the two fantastic giants: 'Arch Duke' and 'Jurassic Park'.
Glossy, dark-green leaves with the red of the petiols reaching half way into the leaves. Cross of 'One Man's Treasure' and 'Harry van de Laar' with the best of both parents.
Chartreuse-green leaves with wavy margins that colour bright yellow in more sun. Intense red petioles. A fantastic new introduction that is a sturdy version of its mother plant ‘Tequila Sunrise’. Limited available!!
Green leaves with a splash of purple in the center of the leaves. A improved version of 'Purple Haze' of which it is a seedling.
Thick and shiny green leaves with a slightly wavy margin. The red-purple of the petioles reaches to the middle of each leaf. Limited available.
Somewhat twisted green leaves with a heavily rippled margin.
Metallic blue leaves with red petioles and red veins on top and underside of the leaves. Rick Goodenough considers this one as one of his best and we do agree.
Cupped, powdery blue leaves. Does have the same great blue color as one of its parents which is 'Skylight'.
Very shiny green leaves of excellent substance. A sport of 'The Fonz' that lost its wax.
Narrow yellow leaves with green edges.
Rounded, dark green leaves. The all-green sport of 'Lights of Day'.
Yellow leaves with green margins on red petioles. The yellow colors greenish when season progresses.
Large, upright grey-blue leaves with a yellow margin. Impressive big Hosta that has the looks of the perfect combination of ‘Frances Williams’ and ‘Sagae’.
Shinny, dark green leaves on purple petioles. Nice compact grower with striking ruffled edges.
Bright yellow leaves with white margins. A sport of 'Fire Island'.
Very thick, dark green leaves. The all-green sport of 'High Voltage'. Probably fully tetraploid.
Very thick and shiny dark-green leaves with a yellow margin. The tetraploid sport of ‘Secret Treasure’.
Somewhat in-between heart-shaped and elongated intense blue leaves. Cupped and wavy and one of the best smaller blue ones with a ‘Tardiana’ background. Finally available.
Grey-green leaves , intense purple petioles. An interesting hybrid of ‘Cranberry Wine’ and ‘Curly Fries’.
Thick grey-green leaves of the weirdest kind. Unique, that is for sure but beautiful because of its ugliness.
Very blue, puckered leaves. One of Don Dean's best big blue ones in our opinion.
Pointed, lance-shaped, intens blue leaves.
Long, arching yellowish-green leaves with a light-yellow turning white margin. Intense purple-red petioles.
Pointed blue leaves with wavy margins. A new Hosta that shows the best characteristics of its parents ‘Halcyon’ and ‘Spritzer’. One that emerges early in the garden like ‘Spritzer’ and holds up till deep in the fall like ‘Halcyon’.
Firm, steel-blue leaves with a wavy margin on purple petioles. A really fantastic plant with all the good characteristics of 'Marilyn Monroe', 'Neptune' and 'Smoke Signals'. Plants we sell are smallish but good.
Upright dark-green leaves on purple-red petioles. Already introduced in 2011 as one of the best purple-red petioles and finally available.Our plants are smallish.
Rounded yellow leaves in spring that turn light-green later in the season. Lehel Kosá named this introduction for his wife Susanna.
Round, yellow leaves on red petioles. Supposed to be the largest golden Hosta with red petioles with ‘Key West’ as one of its parents.
Upright, blue-green twisted leaves.
Shiny, dark-green twisted leaves with a strongly rippled margin.
Blue leaves with intensly ruffled edges twisted tips and folded. One of our favourites from the moment we have it.
Green leaves with a creamy, later white margin. New to us and will be interesting to see how much different it is to 'Valley's Sushi'.
Long, narrow yellow leaves that are strongly rippled and ruffled.
Grey-green leaves with yellow margin. An unusual sport of ‘Pilgrim’ with upright and somewhat folded leaves.
Blue-green leaves with a narrow yellow center.
Grey-green leaves with a wavy margin. New Hosta introduction from Sweden.
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