In front of the house - 2010
The 3 large ones are from F-BL 'Jewel of the Nile', 'Summer Breeze' and 'Fortunei Aureomarginata'. The border hostas are from L-R: 'Ginko Craig', 'Allan P. McConnell' and 'Kifukurin Ko Mame'.
For purposes of this gallery, Mini = AHS listed mini hostas. Tiny = less than 10"; Small = 10"-24"; Medium =25" - 35"; Large = 36" and larger.
Hostas in this gallery:
H. 'Tears Of Joy' - p. 1
H. 'Teaspoon' - p. 1
H. 'Teeny-weeny Bikini' - p. 2
H. 'The Razor's Edge' - p. 2
Looking west across the front yard - 2010
The large green hosta in the foreground is 'Venus'. To its right, 'September Sun' and just behind the two, 'Fujibotan'.
Other hostas in this gallery are:
H. 'Tick Tock' - pp. 2-3
H. 'Tiny Tears' - p. 3
H. 'Tokudama Aureonebulosa' - pp. 3-4
H. 'Touch of Class' - p. 4
H. 'Twist of Lime' - pp. 4-5
H. 'Twisting The Night Away' - p. 5
H. 'Undulata Albomarginata' - p. 5
H. 'Undulata Univitatta' - pp. 5-6
Name: H. 'Tears of Joy' - 2010
Description: Medium-green lance-shaped leaves are folded. Vigorous grower.
Size: Mini (4"h x 13"w)
Origin: Sport of H. 'Tiny Tears'
Flowers: Tiny purple flowers top the clump in midsummer
Source: Rideau Woodland Ramble
Added to garden: June 2010
Notes: At time of purchase, this was the smallest hosta I've ever had. I look forward to seeing how quickly it grows. Note plastic knife for size.
Name: H. 'Tears of Joy' - 2012
This tiny hosta continues to do well. It had a strange bloom - no petals - just the inside of the flower.
Name: H. ‘Teaspoon’ - 2008
Description: Medium green moderately corrugated, cupped and roundish leaf the shape of a teaspoon.
Size: Small (21"w x 8"h)
Origin: H. 'Birchwood Parky's Gold' x H. 'Golden Tiara'
Flowers: light pink tubular on 20" scapes
Source: Fundy Beauties
Added to garden: Spring 2008
Notes: leaves are small, but it forms a good-sized clump quite quickly
Name: H. ‘Teaspoon’ - 2010
This is developing into a nice mound.
Name: H. ‘Teaspoon’ - 2011
Not really thrilled with the amount of space this one takes in the garden. I totally divided it up for my plant sale and intended to sell off all it, but in the end I decided to keep a division for myself. It's still in a pot while I decide what to do with it.
Name: H. ‘Teaspoon’ - 2012
I found a spot for this one in a narrow garden west of my house from which I removed the Vinca.