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Hosta Lakeside Kaleidoscope

By Mary Chastain – 1994

A medium sized hosta that can grow to a 2 foot clump when mature. The heart shaped blue green leaves have a wavy white edge that streaks to the center. Near white flowers appear in July and August. A tough vigorous hosta.

$15.00
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Hosta Hadspen Blue

By Eric Smith and Paul Aden – 1976

A medium sized blue hosta that has thick cupped 7 inch leaves. I can best describe it as a powdery dark steel blue.  Lavender flowers appear on 2 foot scapes in July. Still a great hosta after 25 years.

Parentage:  tardiflora x sieboldiana ‘Elegans

$12.00

 

Hosta Chesapeake Bay

By Olga Petryszyn – 2004   

This large blue hosta can be 2 feet tall by 3 feet wide when fully mature. The large leaves can be folded or wavy and corrugated. Near white flowers appear on 2.5 inch scapes in July. 

Parentage:  (‘Maui Rains’ x ‘Blue Arrow’) x ‘Blue Betty Lou  

$15.00
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Hosta Cherish

By Hans Hanson – 2002

This gorgeous little miniature hosta is perfect in a shady rock garden. This is a sport of Baby Bunting with 2 inch heart shaped leaves. It can grow to form a patch given time. The leaves have a thick blue green edge that have creamy yellow centers that fade to white later in the summer.  The green can streak into the centers forming interesting patterns.  Tiny lavender flowers appear on 6 inch scapes in mid summer

$12.00

Hosta American Dream

By Van Wade – 1999

This is a medium sized sport of High Fat Cream. It will form a 2 foot clump when mature. The color is a bright lime green with a cream to white colored edge. Lavender flowers appear in August on 15 inch scapes.

 

$10.00
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Hosta Allegan Fog

By Ken Herrema/Pete Ruh – 2000

This medium sized hosta grows to about 18 inches wide and 15 inches tall.  It is white with a dark green edge which is twisted and wavy. The white center is misted with tiny green speckles that make it look misty. The white area turns light green later in the season. Lavender flowers appear in mid-June.

 

$15.00

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Hosta Abiqua Moonbeam

By Walden West – 1987 This hosta is a beautiful sport of August Moon. It is a medium sized clump that will make a 2.5 to 3 foot clump when mature. It is a mossy blue/green with a limey yellow edge and is heavily corrugated. The round heart shaped leaves are thick to stand up to slugs. Pale lavender to near white flowers appear in July and August on 15 inch scapes.

 

        $15.00

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Catrina’s Garden 2019 Availability and Price List

Daylily

*these are newly available and not yet listed on my website.

Seedlings (see photos on Facebook) 7.00

Anne Welch 6.00

Apricot Sparkles

*Apricot Sparkles (Clump) 6.00

Autumn Red (Clump) 5.00

Bertie Ferris 6.00

Bitsy 5.00

Black Eyed Stella 6.00

Bright Sunset 10.00

Condilla 7.00

Double River Wye 7.00

Evelyn Claar 7.00

*Farnsworth Spider 10.00

Final Touch 7.00

*Fooled Me 12.00

Frankie’s Fantasy 8.00

Frans Hals 6.00

Freedom Ring 12.00

Funny Valentine 6.00

Gentle Shepherd 10.00

Gold Spider 12.00

*Grape Magic 6.00

Highland Lord 12.00

Holly Dancer 7.00

Ice Carnival 6.00

Indian Giver 12.00

Itsy Bitsy Spider 5.00

Jo Barbre 8.00

Kindly Light 6.00

Little Business 5.00

Little Fat Dazzler 8.00

Little Missy

Little Missy 7.00

Little Red Warbler 7.00

*Longfield Pearl 6.00

Luxury Lace 6.00

Magic Dawn 7.00

Matt 8.00

May May 5.00

Ming Toy (clump) 6.00

Newberry Frilly Lady 9.00

Pandora’s Box 6.00

Pardon Me 5.00

Platinum Palette Brave Heart 8.00

Puddin 5.00

Pumpkin Moonshine 8.00

Purple De Oro 5.00

Ralph Henry 5.00

Raspberry Pixie 5.00

Red Ribbons 10.00

*Rocket City 9.00

Ruby Stella

*Ruby Stella 5.00

Ruffled Apricot 12.00

Rustic Dream 8.00

Sammy Russell (clump) 6.00

Siloam Baby Talk 5.00

Siloam Doodlebug 7.00

Siloam June Bug 6.00

So Lovely 10.00

Spindazzle 12.00

Stella De Oro 5.00

Strawberry Candy 7.00

Sultan’s Ruby 7.00

*Summer Flair 5.00

*Trahlyta 9.00

White Temptation 9.00

Wilson Spider 12.00

Perennials

Acorus Calamus Sweet Flag 4.00

Allium Caeruleum – Azure Onion 4.00

Allium Senescens Glaucum 5.00

Bugloss

Brunnera Macrophylla – Bugloss 5.00

Campanula persicifolia – Peach Leaf Bellflower 5.00

Catmint – Nepeta 4.00

Clematis Virginiana – Virgin’s Bower 6.00

Columbine – Alpine Blue 5.00

Cup Plant – Silphium perfoliatum 7.00

Foxglove 4.00

Geranium – Cranesbill 4.00

Ligularia – Desdemona 7.00

Ligularia – The Rocket 7.00

Lupine polyphyllis 7.00

Phlox – Emerald Blue or white 4.00

Sedum – Angelina 4.00

Sedum – Blue Spruce 4.00

Sedum – Chubby Fingers 4.00

Sedum – Dragon’s Blood 4.00

Strawberry – Lipstick – 6 plants 5.00

Veronica – Royal Blue 6.00

Veronica – New Century 5.00

Viola pubescens eriocarpa – yellow violet (6 pl) 4.00

Vinca Minor – bare root flat 5.00

Iris

MDB Orange Tiger 4.00

MDB Navy Doll 4.00

SDB Flower Shower 3.00

SDB Vavoom 4.00

IB Bumble Bee Delight 4.00

Iris Eleanor Roosevelt
Iris Eleanor Roosevelt

IB Eleanor Roosevelt 3.00

IB Honorabile 4.00

TB I Do 4.00

TB Cardinal 4.00

TB Imortality 4.00

TB Neglecta 4.00

TB Queen Catherine 4.00

Siberian old fashioned (clump) 5.00

Siberian Laughing Brook 7.00

Siberian Pink Haze 8.00

Siberian Snow Queen 7.00

Siberian Butter and Sugar 7.00

More different iris most likely available after bloom

Hosta Resonance

By Shaw/Aden 1976

Resonance is a low growing, small hosta with medium green leaves that have a creamy/white wavy edged margin. The orchid flowers appear in August. It forms a nice clump with lanceolate leaves and the leaves turn to the side giving it a pinwheel shape. A mature plant is 13″ tall by 30″ wide.

$9.00

Hosta Green Sparkler

By Zilis 2010

This small hosta (about 10 inches tall by 2 feet wide when mature) is a sport of Sparkler. It is like one of my favorites, Red October, in that it has red petioles. The difference is that the leaves are bright green, wavy and shiny instead of dark green and glaucous. The flowers are pale purple on 2 foot scapes.

$7.00

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