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Big Daddy Hosta
Big Daddy hosta has chalky blue cupped leaves which retain their blue color for most of the growing season if grown in dappled shade. The blue leaves will turn green when planted in sun. Plants form a sturdy mound of foliage, topped with white to lavender lily-like blooms in mid summer. Slug resistant, too. Give this one some room and watch it grow! All hostas shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
The blue-green heart-shaped leaves of Blue Cadet are heavily textured making it slug resistant. It also has a nice mounding habit. Its vigorous growth will fill an area quickly. Tubular lavender flowers rise above foliage mid summer. It's a very popular blue hosta because of the variety of uses as a border, ground cover or edging plant. Great for containers to boot! Blue hostas will appear green when exposed to more sun. Dappled morning sun is the best site to retain the blue color. All hostas shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
Amber Tiara has thick chartreuse oval-shaped leaves with a blunt tip. It forms an attractive dense mound. The flowers are light purple on 22" scapes in late summer. Give this Tiara more sun for its best color. All hostas are shipped bareroot unless otherwise agreed.
This rapid-growing hosta has narrow long medium to dark green glossy leaves. It grows into a dense spreading mound which makes it perfect for containers. It sports bell-shaped lavender blooms in summer. Great for edging and borders, too! All hostas are shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
Guacamole is one fast grower and will fill an area quickly. It forms large, dense clumps and thrives in partial shade where the sun can brighten the leaf centers. Its avocado green leaves are shiny with a dark green wide margin. The leaves are moderately folded. Fragrant white blooms appear in early summer making it perfect for planting near walkways, patios, decks or paths. Very sun tolerant. 2002 Hosta of the Year. All hostas are shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
Honeybells' long, wavy apple green leaves are puckered downward giving the clumps a very unique shape. Strongly scented lavender blooms draw in the butterflies and honeybees. Looks great when planted next to a variegated hosta for contrast. Also sun tolerant. All hostas will be shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.