$1.25 Homestead (2000) Seed
f6.50 Van den Top (1999)
$10.00 Plants Delight (1999)
$7.00 Naylor Creek (1999)
$9.95 AAA (1999)
$9.95 Bridgewood (1999)
$1.25 Homestead (1999) Seed
$?.?? Walters Gardens (1999)
$8.00 Homestead (1999)
$9.00 Savory (1999)
=sieboldiana 'Frances Williams'
=sieboldiana 'Yellow Edge'
Purchased by Mrs. Williams out of a batch of H. sieboldiana seedlings at Bristol Nursery, Connecticut in 1936.
Named by G. W. Robinson of the Oxford Botanical Gardens (1963).
20" tall. Light Shade. 50-90% shade.
This yellow edged sport of H. sieboldiana 'Elegans' is always at the top of the popularity list. The heavily corrugated round blue leaves are edged with a wide golden border. The 3' clumps are topped with white flowers in late spring. In areas of low humidity, or with any sun, the gold margin tends to sun scorch.
Large metallic blue-green, rounded and cupped leaves with an irregular gold edge. Still one of the most planted hostas in the country.
This cultivar reigned as the number one favorite in the AHS popularity poll for many years. Its large, quilted, blue-green leaves are edged with broad bands of cream and gold. (Plant 48x22)
A cultivar of H. sieboldiana, this is one of the most dramatic and popular hostas. Leaves are large, blue-green, and heavily textured, with a wide irregular chartreuse-yellow margin. Leaf margins are subject to burn unless protected from the sun. Slow to increase. Best used as a specimen. White flowers.
Handsome, blue-green sieboldiana-type foliage with wide golden yellow border. An outstanding variety. White flowers attractively displayed just above foliage. American Hosta Society Alex J. Summers Distinguished Merit Award 1986.
Very large cupped blue-green leaves, edged gold, a variegated sieboldiana, beautiful specimen plant, flowers near white.