Our Plants

Image Botanical Name Common Name Description
Dream Queen Hosta Hosta 'Dream Queen' Dream Queen Hosta

Large, nearly round leaves are bluish-green with a narrow, creamy-white center. Displays white flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Earth Angel Hosta Hosta 'Earth Angel' Earth Angel Hosta

2009 Hosta of the Year. Large, heart-shaped, blue-green leaves with wide, creamy-white margins. Displays pale lavender flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained organic soils.  A good partner for ferns. Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Emerald Ruff Cut Hosta Hosta 'Emerald Ruff Cut' Emerald Ruff Cut Hosta

Displays wavy dark green leaves with light green streaks and a gold center. Makes a stunning compact clump. Exhibits lavender flowers.

Fire and Ice Hosta Hosta 'Fire and Ice' Fire and Ice Hosta

Striking, slightly twisted leaves with white centers and dark green margins. The flowers are violet with red stems. Slug resistant.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Fire Island Hosta Hosta 'Fire Island' Fire Island Hosta

Bright gold, wavy springtime leaves contrast with striking red stems. Leaves turn an attractive chartreuse in summer, accompanied by lavender flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

First Frost Hosta Hosta 'First Frost' First Frost Hosta

Intense, powdery blue-green leaves display a cream edging that turns pure white with age. Leaves persist well after lavender flowers have faded.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Fragrant Blue Hosta Hosta 'Fragrant Blue' Fragrant Blue Hosta

Mounding herbaceous perennial with striking powder blue, heart-shaped foliage. Fragrant white, blue-shaped flowers bloom on sturdy stems above the plant.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Francee Hosta Hosta 'Francee' Francee Hosta

Mounding variety with heart-shaped, medium to dark green leaves that have sharply contrasting white margins. Displays lavender flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Great Expectations Hosta Hosta 'Great Expectations' Great Expectations Hosta

Wide, irregular blue-green margins and yellow to creamy-white centers. Thick leaves are heavily corrugated and resistant to slugs. Displays pale lavender flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Hadspen Blue Hosta Hosta 'Hadspen Blue' Hadspen Blue Hosta

A smaller Hosta with thick, corrugated, round, very powder-blue leaves. Holds its color longer than most other blue Hostas. Displays lavender flowers. Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

June Fever Hosta Hosta 'June Fever' June Fever Hosta

Unusually glossy, bright gold leaf centers are surrounded by dark blue-green edging that sometimes extends to stripes. Displays lavender flowers. Morning sun brings out the best color.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

June Hosta Hosta 'June' June Hosta

Pointed chartreuse-yellow leaves with bluish-green edges. Displays lavender-blue flowers.  2001 Hosta of the year.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A god partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage. 

Lakeside Cupcake Hosta Hosta 'Lakeside Cupcake' Lakeside Cupcake Hosta

Round leaves emerge in spring with blue-green margins and gold centers. As the leaves mature, they become cupped with blue margins, creamy-white centers, and green jetting between the two. Pale lavender flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Moonstruck Hosta Hosta 'Moonstruck' Moonstruck Hosta

Small, upright, blue Hosta with a wide, creamy-white pattern in the center of each long narrow blue-green leaf. Displays lavender flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Orange Star Hosta Hosta 'Orange Star' Orange Star Hosta

Thick, green-edged leaves flow orange at the center in the morning sun, yellow in shade. Displays creamy white to pale lilac flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

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