Get 5 Hosta of the Year plants in this outstanding collection. The collection includes one each of Patriot, Sum and Substance, Stained Glass, Liberty and Abiqua Drinking Gourd hostas. Each plant in this collection is easy to grow, low maintenance, showy and guaranteed to perform beautifully in your garden. These easy-care perennials perform beautifully under deciduous trees, along shaded walkways, in shaded borders and even as ground cover. They're a perfect complement to spring-flowering bulbs, shade perennials and ferns. Plant in full to partial shade. #1 Bareroot. Zones 3-8.
Stained Glass, 2006 Winner
A smaller hosta with a huge presence. Its brilliant gold hue and prominent veins add impressive color to shaded areas. Large, fragrant, near-white flowers bloom in August. Grows 15" tall with a 32" spread.
Patriot, 1997 Winner
Stunning combination of dark green centers and crisp, wide, white margins. Exhibits good sun tolerance. Lavender flowers bloom in midsummer. Grows 22" tall with a 50" spread.
Abiqua Drinking Gourd, 2014 Winner
Combines deeply cupped foliage with dark blue-green leaves for a unique display. Near-white flowers bloom above the foliage in midsummer. Grows 22" tall with a 46" spread.
Liberty, 2012 Winner
A large hosta with dramatic variegated leaves. Its wide margins change from yellow in early season to creamy white by mid season. Lavender flowers bloom above the foliage in midsummer. Grows 26" tall with a 63" spread.
Sum and Substance, 2004 Winner
One of the largest hosta cultivars! Has immense, glossy textured, light green to chartreuse to gold leaves. Lavender flowers bloom above foliage in August. Slug resistant. Grows 31" tall with a 70" spread.