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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Hostas for Early Spring Color!

Wolverine Hosta Plant emerges in early spring

Hostas for Early Spring Color!

After a winter that seems like it will never end, I am always anxious to see the first flush of color in my garden.  If you're looking for early spring color in your shady or part sunny perennial or hosta garden, look no further than hostas! 


Blue Angel Hosta

It's no surprise that hostas continue to be one of the most popular perennials to date.  Their beauty, toughness and ease of care make them well suited for a shady or part sunny garden, and they're available in a variety of leaf shapes, sizes and colors so you're sure to find one that's perfect for any setting.

Here at Sunset Hosta Farm, we only grow and sell hostas, and we have a number of  hostas that emerge early in the season.  These hosta cultivars are listed in both The Hosta Registry and The Hostapedia as early-emerging hosta cultivars.


The early-emerging hostas we grow and sell are:    Blue Angel, Emerald Tiara, Golden Tiara, Guacamole, Lancifolia, So Sweet, Sum and Substance and Wolverine.

Click here to see our collection!

Click here to see a list of all early-emerging hostas listed at hostalists.org.


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