2008 Hosta of the Year for good reason! The medium blue/green mouse ear shape of the leaves is nothing short of adorable! Outstanding lavender to white lily like flowers atop graceful stalks. It's also slug resistant. A must-have for any hosta garden. Blue hostas can 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.
Stunning by itself or in a group, First Frost is a real beauty. Unlike other hostas that begin to fade as early as August, First Frost keeps looking good well into the Fall. Photos do not do this 2010 Hosta of the Year justice. Beautiful blue-green leaves with yellow to white edged margins. It blooms lavender in late summer. Also slug resistant and sun tolerant. Best sited in filtered morning sun and afternoon shade. One of the prettiest variegated hostas and a Sunset Hosta Farm favorite. 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.
June's leaves are of thick substance, 6" long and 4" wide at full growth making it very slug resistant. It sports a nice gold center and blue-green margins. The leaf center will turn green if sited in more shade. Pretty lavender blooms in the summer. Very pretty as well as sun tolerant. Part of our Hosta of the Year Series (2001). All hostas will be shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
Patriot is a long-time favorite for its dramatic contrast of color. It sports bright green leaves with wide white margins. Lavender flowers pop up in mid summer. It's sun tolerant and holds its form and has good looking foliage even into late summer and fall. Let this one brighten up your shade garden. A Sunset Hosta Farm favorite. 1997 Hosta of the Year. All hostas are shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
Praying Hands is the 2011 Hosta of the Year and one of the most unique hostas ever. This upright growing clump lives up to its name by lifting its leaves up in prayer. The clumps are topped with 18" spikes of light lavender flowers. It has a creamy narrow yellow border. ALL HOSTAS WILL BE SHIPPED BARE ROOT UNLESS OTHERWISE AGREED.
This sport of H. Maui Buttercups emerges with light green leaves that quickly develop dark green margins. The leaves are cupped and puckered with great substance. It was awarded the 2013 Hosta of the Year. Pictures don't do this one justice. All hostas will be shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
The compact shape of So Sweet makes this hosta ideal for containers and for edging a shady garden. The leaves are glossy green with creamy yellow margins that fade to white later in the season. It's sun tolerant as well as fragrant. Hosta of the Year in 1996. All hostas will be shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.
Striptease is known for its white stripe that appears between the green and gold areas. It forms a large mound with contrasting dark green margins with gold centers. A nice addition to any hosta garden. Hosta of the Year in 2005. ALL HOSTAS ARE SHIPPED BARE ROOT UNLESS OTHERWISE AGREED.
One of the largest hostas available today and one of the earliest hostas to emerge in the spring. It has broadly ovate leaves which form a huge mound of lime green leaves with a glossy texture. The leaves change to yellow when exposed to more sunlight. It has pale lavender blooms in mid summer. It's sun and heat tolerant. Deserved the distinction of Hosta of the Year in 2004. All hostas will be shipped bare root unless otherwise agreed.