A large “splashed” hosta.
Large dark green leaves streaked with blue and greenish-yellow with a large golden slightly rippled margin.
Intensely blue-green with a slightly rippled yellow margin. Glaucous leaves with wavy, yellow rippled edges. Lightly corrugated and lightly wavy. The bloom is pale lavender with translucent margins. The margin size varies between .25″-.75″. Dr. Ed Elslager, age 81, passed away on Sunday, December 11, 2005, after a short hospital stay. He was an active staff member of the annual Hosta College of the American Hosta Society. He also was very active in the Michigan Hosta Society and served a term as its president.
Small, narrow leaves on a small hosta, yellow-cream margin.
Compact clump of green leaves that display the edges folded toward the midrib.
Small, tight mound of small highly ruffled blue-green “Tardiana-like” leaves: light lavender flowers in July. Tough, good substanced little hosta, great near walk ways in high traffic areas.
Blue-gray; lance-cordate; gently undulate’s; held horizontally. One of the best blues