PERENNIALS: HOSTA (C-F)

All Hostas are Zones 3-9.
Long lived, carefree, shade tolerant plants with beautiful leaves, hostas keep their tidy look all season and come in all sizes. Stalks of white to lavender, lily-like blooms appear midseason. One of the easiest plants to grow and divide, they like well-drained soil and are shade loving with some varieties tolerating sun.

All Photos are courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc.

Captain Kirk

20" x 30"
Broad, heavy leaves with wide, dark green margins and bright gold centers.


Coast to Coast

30" x 36"
This giant, solid gold host has thick, puckered, wavy leaves in an upright vase-shaped clump.  Pale violet flowers.


Cool as a Cucumber

This vigorous quickly growing hosta forms a showy 28x40" clump of elongated clear white leaves with bright green margins.  Graceful upright arching habit.


Curly Fries

16" x 16"
Forms an arching, wiggly clump of extremely rippled, narrow leaves.


Dancing Stars

24" x 30"
Crisp white center and blue-green margins.  Lavender Flowers.


Designer Genes

18" x 20"
Beautiful yellow-leafed hosta with red stems.  Holds its color most of the season turning chartreuse.  Red scapes carry purple flowers.


Diamonds are Forever

10" x 22"
Showy wide-margined leaves with green centers.  Vigorous grower to form a wide, flattish mound of small leaves.  Purple flowers.


Empress Wu

3' x 4'
Largest known hosta sold.  Huge, thick, dark green, deeply veined leaves.  Violet flowers.


First Frost

16" x 28"
This award winner has deep blue-green leaves that emerge with a gold margin that changes to pure white.  Does well in containers and garden.  Light lavender flowers.


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