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'Leather and Lace' is the Half Price Hosta for May. Was $35, Just $17.50 this month.

GHF to be open for visitors for special sales
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Here's a Wonderful Newspaper about Hostas.
The Green Hill Gossip for 2015 is available now FREE.
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Full 2015 Retail list from Green Hill Farm .. click here


Come visit the Farm in 2015. Please click "Sale Dates" on the left.
We are very excited to finally be able to offer you our first red-leafed hosta, 'First Blush'. We have a limited number of plants available now for $75.00 each. 'First Blush', a small to medium hosta, not only has red petioles that extend into the leaf blade but also a thin red margin around the leaf, similar but much more dramatic than its parent 'Beet Salad'. However, the most exciting thing about 'First Blush' is that in spring the leaf between the veins will start to "blush" red from the tip of the leaf down toward the base. The leaves remain red here until temperatures surpass 92 degrees, usually into June. The color should persist longer in Northern gardens. We do plan to patent this hosta."
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2015 Hosta Preview Please click here
The preview is a beautiful pdf file that downloads and then opens using a pdf reader on your computer.
Bob says-- I am especially excited about 'Ambrosia', not only a beautiful hosta, but one that is easy to grow, is sun tolerant, and has fragrant flowers. We plan to patent it.
'Leather and Lace' and 'Evening Blush' are two of Don Dean's best seedlings and well worth giving a good look. Doug Beilstein is creating a line of blue ruffled seedlings that are real eye catchers. 'Winter Frost' and 'Rough Rider' are the newest. See them all in the preview.
Give us a call at 919-309-0649, order through our secure website, or send us a check by mail.
'Ambrosia' PPAF (left)

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