Category Archives: Hostas

Night Before Christmas Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: A sport of famous White Christmas, Hosta Night Before Christmas is a premium variety that improves upon its parent in a number of ways. Its leaves are thicker, margins are wider, their color is stronger, and each plant forms a tidy mound of foliage. Creamy-white leaf centers soften to pure white

Stained Glass Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: This very select hosta variety is one of the best of the modern modern hostas, revered for both its beauty and performance in the garden. Stained Glass has improved substance, greater sun tolerance, and resistance to pests. It is a wonderful presence in any planting with its huge gold leaves bordered

Great Expectations Hosta – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: A sport of sieboldiana ‘Elegans’. Hosta Great Expectations isn’t a rapid grower but it is beautiful cultivar and more than worth your patience. it develops into a very attractive and well-formed plant with ovate leaves that have glossy green margins surrounding centers that change from a yellow, to cream, and finally

Mixed Hosta – 5 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: Brighten up those shady spots with this hand-selected grower’s mix. We guarantee at least 3 different varieties per mix.

Sieboldiana Elegans Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta sieboldiana Description: Hosta sieboldiana Elegans has extremely dark blue, heart-shaped foliage with stark white blooms in June. Nice color addition to the shady garden.

Undulata albo-marginata Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta ‘Undulata albomarginata’ Description: Hosta Undulata albomarginata has green leaves edged in white. Blooming in July, good variety for potting. 22 inches tall.

Patriot Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta fortunei

Lancifolia Hosta – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: Strongly ribbed, medium green leaves add texture and a soft lushness to shaded locations in the garden all season. In late summer, sprays of bell-shaped, fragrant purple blossoms are an added treat. Tidy plants are 12″ to 24″ high and wide, and do well in partial shade. Planting zones 3-9.

Royal Standard Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: Glossy lime green, glistening foliage, with large pure white, fragrant blooms in August. Vigorous grower that adapts well to many light exposures.

So Sweet Hosta – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta So Sweet’ Description: Stunning variegated foliage and sweetly fragrant blossoms. This double-treat hosta forms 14″ high, 20″ wide mounds of glossy green leaves with wide white margins. Plants bloom in late summer, opening abundant delightfully-scented lavender flowers on 24″ scapes.

Sum & Substance Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: The Sum and Substance Hosta has probably the sturdiest foliage of all Hostas. The leaves are heart shaped and deeply ribbed. The plant reaches a height of 30 inches and the lavender flower spikes grow to another 30 inches. The leaves are a shiny medium green with accents of gold.

Big Daddy Hosta – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: Hosta Cherry Berry. A delightful different hosta. Long, spear-shaped leaves are a lime green streaked with white. Its unusual leaf shape and two-toned foliage makes it a standout in a mixed hosta planting. Grow in deep shade. Plants grow to 14″ high, and are topped with small violet flower spikes in

Fire & Ice Hosta – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: Hosta Fire & Ice. A medium-large hosta that grows to 20″ tall. Lovely heart-shaped leaves are white with broad dark-green margins. Lavender flowers in late spring or early summer. A very distinctive variety and ideal for adding lush texture and the shadiest spots in the garden. We ship 2-3 eye divisions.

Minuteman Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: Hosta Minuteman. Almost the reverse of Hosta Fire & Ice and great for combining with it. Its leaves are a deep, strong green with irregular pure white margins. Large plants grow up to 23″ inches tall, making it perfect for the back of a hosta bed. Leaves are heart-shaped and slightly

Francis William Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: A favorite among many, the Francis William Hosta is beautiful with its deep blue green heart shaped foliage & yellow green margins.

Shade Fanfare Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: The Hosta Shade Fanfare has light green leaves and wide creamy white margins. Lavender flowers in mid-summer.

Francee Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: Exceptional! Dark green leaves with crisp, clean white margins, and lovely lavender blooms in mid-summer earn this hosta a special status – it’s one of the best. Foliage stays fresh all season, and the flowers are perfectly proportioned to the plant. A striking accent on it’s own, or mix among your

Krossa Regal Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: Frosty blue-green foliage and upright habit make this hosta a distinctive standout. It makes a great addition to any mixed hosta planting, and its beauty is such that it can stand alone as a special accent. Leaves are large and ribbed. During the summer, sprays of small lavender flowers are an

Fortunei Aureo-marginata Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: Hosta Aureo-marginata has dark green foliage with yellow leaf margins.

Blue Angel Hosta – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hosta Description: Gigantic glaucous leaves make this outstanding hosta an impressive sight throughout summer. Hosta ‘Blue Angel’ grows vigorously to 3′ high and spreads over 4′ wide to fill your beds and borders with exquisite, richly textured foliage in an intriguing blue-green hue. Individual leaves can reach immense size, growing 1′ long and