Mini

Miniature hostas are generally less than 26" wide when full grown.

Size code legend:
TC+ A Tissue Culture plug that has been grown on for several months after one dormancy and is now ready to be planted in the garden.

All other sizes have had at least two dormant periods, but usually more.
E A mature, one-eye division of a container-grown or field-grown plant
E2 A mature, two-eye division of a container-grown or field-grown plant
C Three or more eyes; enough to make a small clump
C2 Six or more eyes, enough to make two clumps
C3 Nine or more eyes, enough to make three clumps




Product Image Item Name+ Price
Baby Bunting

Baby Bunting

Cute as they come, with rounded, blue-green leaves tidily clumped. Dainty edging on a path or pretty in a trough. Size C.
$10.00

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Blue Mouse Ears

Blue Mouse Ears

American Hosta Growers' Association Hosta of the Year 2008. Very round, incredibly thick, blue-green leaves in a tight clump. Lavender flowers on...
$10.00

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Cody

Cody

A cute, little clump of blue-green, heart-shaped foliage. Use for edging, troughs, rock gardens. Increases well. Size C.
$10.00

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Feather Boa

Feather Boa

Tiny, gold-leaved, tightly clumping specimen. Size C
$10.00

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Striker

Striker

A venusta-type with somewhat lanceolate leaves edged with white. Hugs the ground. A hard-to-find, diminutive treasure. Size C
$10.00

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Yellow Jacket

Yellow Jacket

Dark green, pointed leaves broadly edged with cream. Vigorous grower.
$10.00

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