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Paul’s Glory Hosta

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Latin Name: Hosta
Description: Absolutely stunning variegated foliage has deep green margins with a creamy yellow center that turns white in summer. Highlights the shaded garden and is especially beautiful planted with Astilbe or Ferns. Both foliage and lavender-colored flowers are lovely in bouquets.


Paradigm Hosta

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Latin Name: Hosta
Description: Beautiful, boldly colored heart-shaped leaves start out in spring and early summer with a soft chartreuse center that gradually lightens to a golden yellow. In mid summer the mounds sprout trusses of lily-like, pale lavender to almost white flowers that prominently rise above the foliage on strong, sturdy stems.


Mighty Mouse Hosta

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Latin Name: Hosta
Description: This small but mighty Hosta has superb, rounded blue-green leaves with a bright creamy-yellow margin. Foliage takes on more subtle tones by mid-summer, accented by lavender flowers. Excellent color and texture for containers or borders. Tolerant of exhaust and pollution, making it ideal for shady urban gardens.


Liberty Hosta

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Latin Name: Hosta ‘Liberty’
Description: A gorgeous sport of ‘Sagae’. Blue-green leaves have a wide, dramatically streaked, yellow margin which fade to a creamy-white. Lavender flowers appear above heavier foliage which provides a greater slug resistance. Hosta of the Year 2012.


Frosty Ribbons™ Hosta

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Latin Name: Hosta x ‘MonLisa’
Description: A stunning new variety, featuring lush green and creamy white variegated foliage that nearly shimmers in the shade garden. Dainty tubular flowers appear above mounds of foliage in summer, attracting hummingbirds.


Fragrant Bouquet Hosta

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Latin Name: Hosta fortunei
Description: Apple green leaves have wide, pale-yellow to cream margins. Very fragrant white flowers on 36″ scapes in midsummer. 1998 Hosta of the Year.


Olive Bailey Langdon Hosta

Olive Bailey Langdon Hosta Olive Bailey Langdon HostaDescription: This large hosta has dark green foliage with wide light green margins. The leaves are lightly cupped, with wavy margins and deeply corrugated texture. Great addition for large shaded areas.


Hosta ‘Blue Mouse Ears’

Hosta Blue Mouse Ears Hosta Blue Mouse EarsDescription: Hosta Blue Mouse Ears a wonderful new blue small hosta that has been in great demand with very round blue leaves that are quite thick and form a nice tight mound. Will hold a unique place in any hosta garden with lavender flowers. Small mound size at maturity. Hosta of the Year 2008.


Hosta ‘Blue Angel’

Hosta Blue Angel Hosta Blue AngelDescription: Hosta ‘Blue Angel’ very large with heavy-textured blue-green leaves that form a clump which commands attention probably the largest blue grown. Evenly textured leaves and white flowers create a magnificent specimen. Large mound size at maturity.


Hosta ‘August Moon’

Hosta August Moon Hosta August MoonDescription: Hosta August Moon with greenish-yellow leaves in the spring mature to a glowing gold, happy in most locations and light conditions and has superior substance with near white to lavender flowers. Large mound size at maturity.


Hosta ‘Patriot’

Hosta Patriot Hosta PatriotLatin Name: Hosta liliaceae

Description: Hosta Patriot deep forest green leaves have extremely wide and almost pure-white borders on leaves that are slightly cupped downward. Tremendous substance and should be in every Hosta garden. Light lavender flowers. Medium to Large mound size at maturity. Hosta of The Year 1997.


Hosta ‘Cherry Berry’

Hosta Cherry Berry Hosta Cherry BerryDescription: Hosta Cherry Berry lance-shaped leaves have yellow to white centres with dark green margins and violet flowers with rosy-red petioles. Name comes from the fall colour of the reddish seed pods. Small to Medium mound size at maturity.


Creeping Jacobs Ladder

Stairway to Heaven Creeping Jacobs LadderLatin Name: Polemonium reptans stairway to heaven

Description: A vigorous, heat-tolerant selection with blue flowers and broad, bold cream variegation, that acquires a pink tinge in direct sun or cool weather. A natural companion for Hostas and Heucheras. Introduced by the New England Wildflower Society. Herbaceous.