Month: April 2011

2011 Hosta of the Year

H. Praying Hands The upright narrow leaves of 'Praying Hands' gives it an unusual look like no other hosta. Each green leaf is rolled and folded into a tube shape, displaying the prominent veins on the back of the leaf. A thin white margin borders the outside edge of the leaf. Certainly a collector's hosta … [Read More]

2011 Perennial of the Year

Amsonia hubrichtii grows 36 inches tall and 36 inches wide in a mounded form. This hardy perennial grows in hardiness zones 4 through 9 and is a versatile North American native. Amsonia offers a variety of features throughout the seasons. From late spring to early summer, two to three inch wide clusters of small, light … [Read More]