The large variety alone make them interesting. There are solid color varieties of blue, green, yellow and white. There are also many multi-colored varieties. I grow Giant ones, Average ones and Miniature ones in my garden. I never seem to have a problem finding a space to put a new Hosta.
Hosta ‘Halcyon’ – Growing to 20 inches wide. This is my favorite Blue. It is quite elegant in appearance.
Hosta ‘Elegans’ – Growing to 28 inches wide. This Blue one has a very rugged leaf.
Hosta lancifolia – Growing to 15 inches wide. This is a common Hosta that is great for mass planting.
Hosta ‘Royal Standard’ – Growing to 20 inches wide. This one is deeply veined.
Hosta ‘Gold Standard’ – Growing to 24 inches wide. This Hosta lights up the shade garden. Gold Standard will also take some sun exposure.
Hosta ‘Pauls Glory’ – Growing to 30 inches wide. This Hosta mixes nicely with Hosta ‘Halcyon’.
Hosta ‘White Christmas’ – Growing 15 inches wide. I just love the solid White center and wrinkled edges of this Hosta.
Hosta ‘Queen Josephine’ – Growing to 28 inches wide. I added this one to my garden the year my Daughter Josie was born.
Hosta ‘Touch Of Class’ – Growing to 20 inches wide. A Blue Hosta with a very thin Yellow Center. Buy them if you can find them.
Hosta ‘Patriot’ – Growing 15 inches wide. One of the smaller, more elegant Green and White’s.
Hosta ‘Fances Williams’ – Growing 48 inches wide. A giant green and gold Hosta. Also, a very traditional garden plant.
Hosta ‘Francee’ – Growing to 18 inches wide. Another classic Hosta that can be found in Grandma’s garden.
Hosta ‘Wide Brim’ – Growing to 15 inches wide. Of all of the Hostas in my garden, this one stands out the most. It is a large and colorful Hosta.