Very Large Hostas

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Big Bopper
Very Large. An ‘Uncle Albert’ hybrid with large glossy medium green leaves, wide at the base and tapering to a sharp point. A Bridgewood Gardens introduction. It’s kikutii background is apparent from its leaf shape, its deeply impressed veins, and its low spreading habit. Its flower scapes bend toward the ground and are held somewhat horizontally, a trait it inherits from both H. kikutii var. caput-avis and H. hypoleuca., from which ‘Uncle Albert’ is bred.
Price: $24.95

Blue Angel
Very Large. A huge blue hostas at maturity, with heart-shaped leaves, not puckered but nicely veined. Probably of sieboldiana/montana lineage, but seems to be faster growing and less crinkled than most of the sieboldiana hybrids. Listing an approximate mature size for this plant is difficult, but plants are known to grow 7' and more in width. Even if yours doesn’t break any records, its likely to be one of the largest Hostas in your garden.
Price: $9.95

Blue Hawaii
Very large. Forms a beautiful upright, vase-shaped clump of large, heart-shaped, corrugated blue leaves. Very impressive when mature.
Price: $14.95

Bodacious Blue
Very Large. Forms a huge mound of heart-shaped blue leaves up to 12" wide and 18" long, with slightly wavy edges and a bit of corrugation.
Price: $19.95

Bottom Line
Very large. A sport of 'Sum and Substance' with green leaves, somewhat glossy, with wide yellow margins. The margins are irregular and increase to an inch or more wide as the plant matures.
Price: $14.95

Cardwell Yellow
Very large. Bright yellow leaves, broadly heart-shaped, nicely corrugated with slightly wavy edges.
Price: $19.96

Dragon Lady
Very Large. Forms an upright mound of huge arching, heart-shaped leaves, dark green with a blue tint, deeply lobed at the base, slightly wavy and nicely puckered when mature. Makes an outstanding specimen.
Price: $39.95

Very large. Forms a huge upright specimen size plant of shiny green heart-shaped leaves. Very impressive as a background plant. Often listed as nigrescens 'Elatior' because it was considered a form of nigrescens. It is now thought that it is a hybrid of nigrescens, which would make "Elatior' the correct name.
Price: $14.95

Very Large. Huge, rounded blue leaves, cupped and puckered, forming a mound 6' or more across at maturity. Formerly listed as sieboldiana 'Elegans', but now considered to be a hybrid and not a species. This is the classic big blue hosta.
Price: $9.95

Empress Wu
Very large. This is the largest hosta ever introduced, with leaves up to 23"" wide and 25"" long, dark green, heart-shaped with prominent veins. Semi-upright, with some puckering in the leaves.
Price: $14.95

Final Summation
Very large. This is a sport of 'Sum and Substance' with green leaves and yellow margins.
Price: $19.95

Humpback Whale
Very Large. Forms a huge mound of blue-green, corrugated, heart-shaped leaves with a slight hump in the center. Young plants are green and it takes 2 or 3 years to develop blue color of a mature plant.
Price: $19.95

Komodo Dragon
Very Large. Forms a huge clump up to 6’ across. Leaves are dark green, heart-shaped, nicely veined, with rippled edges and a pointed tip. A mature specimen is truly magnificent.
Price: $14.95

Maggie May
Very large. Forms a very large, somewhat upright mound of arching, heart-shaped leaves, bluish green in spring, dark shiny green in summer. Leaves are slightly downwardly cupped, and nicely rippled.

Fun fact: Many will recognize that this plant was named after a Rod Stewart song, but did you ever notice that the name "Maggie May" never appears in the lyrics?
Price: $39.95

Mesa Fringe
Very large. Forms a stately mound of heart-shaped green leaves with piecrust edges.
Price: $19.95

Reflected Glory
Very large. Forms a low spreading mound of frosty blue leaves with irregular gold margins, with slightly wavy edges and prominent veins. One of the last introductions from Mildred Seaver, remembered as the Queen of Hostas. Mildred was known by all in the American Hosta Societ both for the beautiful plants that came from her breeding program and for lively personality. This was one of her favorite introductions. When Mark Zillis published The Hostapedia in 2009 he noted that only 3 people owned this hosta.  Fortunately, one of them, Ken Ziarek, is a friend of mine and he provided me with a plant.  These are divisions of the plant he obtained from Mildred.  They are not from tissue culture.
Price: $34.95

Very large. Forms a huge mound of shiny green heart-shaped leaves, heart-shaped and slightly cupped, with prominent veins and a bit of corrugation.
Price: $39.95

Silver Giant
Very Large. Forms a huge mound of silvery blue leaves with wavy edges, turning green in summer.
Price: $14.95

Very large. Heart-shaped yellow leaves with wavy edges, light corrugation, and prominent veins.
Price: $14.95

Sum and Substance
Very Large. One of the largest of the hostas currently available. Huge, glossy, chartreuse to gold leaves with excellent texture. This is one of the most popular hostas of all time. At or near the top of the AHS Popularity Poll every year. Forms a massive mound and has been known to grow over 9' wide under optimal conditions.
Price: $12.95

Sum of All
Very Large. A sport of 'Sum and Substance' with huge green leaves with a gold margin. As with 'Sum and Substance' it is a bit slow to take off, but can form a mound 6' or more across at maturity. The margin gets wider as the plant matures. Approximately 30" high x 72" wide. Lavender flowers.
Price: $19.95

Ulysses S. Grant
Very large. Forms an upright, vase-shaped mound of blue foliage, nicely corrugated, with rippled edges.

Price: $14.95

Very large. Huge heart-shaped green leaves with wide creamy-white margins. A sport of 'Elatior'.
Price: $19.95

Winter Snow
Very large. I think this is the best white margined sport of 'Sum and Substance'. The leaf color can range from light green to gold, depending on the light level, rounded and somewhat rumpled when mature. The white margin is variable, but can be more than an inch wide on older plants.
Price: $14.95