Hostas and other perennials!

Hostas

Mr. Big Hostas are a blue-coloured hosta, that grow approximately 3 feet tall and have a 4-8 foot spread! As you can see, the leaves are quite large, and they produce an exquisite white flower around August.

Price: $8 each

Quantity Available: 6

Fragrant Bouquet Hostas have, as the name suggests, an intoxicating fragrance during their flowering period in mid to late summer. Their variegated foliage is a beautiful asset to bordered gardens. These hostas grow approximately 2 feet high, and spread 3-4 feet wide.

Price: $3.00

Quantity Available: 20

The guacamole colour of this particular hosta is what makes it the aptly named, Guacamole Hosta. This low lying (less than 2 feet high) and short spreading (just over 2 feet wide) hosta is perfect for those sporadic ’empty spaces’. The Guacamole is a standout addition to any shady garden.

Price: $3.00

Quantity Available: 20

With the Bressingham Blue Hosta placed in Full to Part Shade, you will receive a beautiful, eye catching addition to your garden. Their relatively quick flowering time (mid summer) produces an attractive white flower. They make a nice addition to borders as they spread up to 4 feet wide.

Price: $3.50

Quantity Available: 20

Aureomarginata grows about 18 inches in height and spreads close to 3 feet in width. This particular hosta requires full shade and will produce a deep green foliage with a yellow coloured brim. Flowering time is July/August.

Price: $3.00

Quantity Available: Last years stock will be cultivated 2nd week of May.

The Blue Angel hosta gives off the slightest shade of blue that helps to distinguish it from most other commonly planted varieties of hosta. It can grow up to 3 feet high and spread up to4 feet wide. The Blue Angel produces a white flower in mid summer. Perfect for planting around the bases of trees or as a shady border plant.

Price: $3.50

Quantity Available: Last years stock will be cultivated 2nd week of May.

The Undulata Mediovariegata is a very popular hosta, due mainly to it’s standout white foliage with green coloured brim. It’s purple flowers attract butterflies during the summer months. This is another great addition to spread sporadically throughout the garden as it is a definite eye catcher.

Price: $4.00

Quantity Available: Last years stock will be cultivated 2nd week of May.

The Wide Brim hosta is more of a subtle garden filler. It’s a hosta that wouldn’t take away from your garden center pieces, but at the same time has a distinct colour scheme in its leaves that can be very attractive. The Wide Brim produces a lavender coloured flower in mid summer.

Price: $3.00

Quantity Available: Last years stock will be cultivated 2nd week of May.

Lancifolia is probably the best ground cover or border hosta if you’re looking for quick growth and easy propagation. They grow about 18 inches in height and 2 feet wide. Lancifolia have gorgeous lavender flowers that bloom around August. They can be planted in the sun and are drought tolerant but prefer to be in shady areas.

Price: $2.00

Quantity Available: Last years stock will be cultivated 2nd week of May.

The Rock Island Line Hosta grows 6 inches tall and 12 inches wide. It is the ideal border or filler hosta. It adds a perfect contrast to low growing shrubs or perennials and quickly grows into compact bundles. This years crop is a couple years matured.

Price: $3.00

Quantity Available: 12

The Little Wonder Hosta is very similar to the Rock Island Line in that it is low growing (10 inches high), and spreads into nice compact clumps (12 inches wide). Another perfect border or filler hosta to put in gardens with low growing shrubs or perennials, the Little Wonder has a very distinct yellow/cream coloured rim on its leaves. This crop is a couple years matured.

Price: $3.00

Quantity Available: 12

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2 responses

  1. Marissa Rose

    Wow, Adam. Beautiful Hostas and I will definitely be needing a few around my garden. Thank you for the info!
    M. Rose

    May 3, 2012 at 8:28 pm

  2. Wendy Puim

    Adam, I would like to get three little wonders and three undulate Mediovariegata I think they would be a great addition to my garden.

    May 9, 2012 at 8:57 pm

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