Hosta Earth Angel
Now, one of the great hostas has been made even better. We are pleased to offer Hosta 'Earth Angel', a marvelous white-edged mutation of Hosta 'Blue Angel'. Each 5' wide clump is composed of thick, wide, pointed blue leaves, each surrounded by a 1" wide, creamy border (yellow in spring). Hosta 'Earth Angel' is the first giant blue hosta to have a border...stand up and cheer!
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'Rainforest Sunrise' Hosta. If you looking to add texture to your shade garden, look no further! Not only does this hosta have chartreuse leaves with a green margin, the leaves are cup shaped and heavily puckered, which makes it slug resistant. This variety is fast growing, and tolerates sun, will grow about 10" tall and 16" wide, making it perfect for a border plant! Perennial in Zones 3 - 9. Hosta. Size No. 1. This item will Bloom/Grow Mid Summer
Hosta Ivory Queen PPAF
Hosta 'Ivory Queen' is the reverse pattern of Hosta 'Blue Ivory' discovered by our friends at Walters Gardens. Hosta 'Ivory Queen' makes a small 1' tall x 18" wide clump of powder blue foliage, highlighted by a large, central ivory pattern. As with all hostas with white centers, a bit of morning sun or a very high, thin shade canopy helps to maintain vigor. Clumps of Hosta 'Ivory Queen' are topped with 2' tall spikes of light lavender flowers in late spring.
Plant Profile for Hosta ‘Dancing Queen’ - Hosta Perennial
Hosta are among the most popular of perennials for shady areas, with hundreds of varieties now readily available. Plants form sturdy mounds of foliage, topped with lily-like blooms. This large specimen emerges yell...
Hosta Praying Hands
Amazing...the 2011 Hosta of the Year! Perhaps we should call this the un-hosta, since Hosta 'Praying Hands' is the most un-hosta-looking hosta to ever hit the market. Each small, 2' wide clump is composed of strangely folded, dark green crinkled leaves, each with a narrow, creamy yellow border. Indeed, a clump resembles a multitude of hands folded in prayer. Due to First Amendment restrictions, Hosta 'Praying Hands' cannot be planted near courthouses in Alabama or near any Federal government…