Hostas Since 1979
2014 Hosta Catalog
A Bridgewood Gardens Introduction
Hostas are easy to grow perennials grown primarily for their colorful foliage.
thrive in light shade and can survive for
decades with little or no
If you're a bit leery about buying plants on the internet, you
can see what our customers have to say about our quality and our
We are not importers and we are not an internet pretend nursery that that sells plants
grown by others.
We grow the plants we sell. We've been doing it for over
35 years and we're finally getting the hang of it.
Interested in perennials, shrubs
vines, and more ferns?
Visit our other on-line
Our 1986 Catalog
We began growing hostas in 1979 when we opened our first
garden center, The Crownsville Nursery. In 1984 we mailed
our first perennial catalog.
Click here to see an image of
our first two-page mail order hosta list, published in 1986.
Catalog Pages and Site Map►
The Full Catalog with over 500
plus garden ferns and perennials for shade.
The Site Map will lead you to pages with
information about choosing and growing
hostas and information about our plants
and our nursery.
Shipping charges, plant sizes,
blah, blah, blah.
All of our hostas are grown and shipped in containers. We do not
sell roots in a bag or tissue culture babies.
Our standard size plants are grown in 3" to 4½" (quart)
containers, depending on the variety. We also offer some varieties in a smaller size, which we
call HalfPints. These are single-eye plants, grown in 3" pots and
are generally 40-60% less expensive. You can find more information
sorry, but we are unable to ship plants to AK, AZ,
CA, HI, ID, MT, NM, NV, OR, UT, WA, WY or outside the U.S.
Plants shipped to these states
must be shipped bare-root (by State law except for AK and HI). We
ship all plants in pots, and the time and expense involved in bare-rooting make it impractical. We
are sorry, but we are unable to comply with these requirements and we
cannot ship to these states.
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announcing major additions to our catalog and special sales
events. We do not share our mailing list with anyone and you
can remove yourself at any time.
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A warning to casual Hosta users:
Many of us, when we first started using Hostas, thought we could stop
whenever we wanted. What begins as casual experimentation can quickly
develop into a serious addiction. If you find that you actually want to
know the differences between ‘Inniswood’ and ‘Paul’s Glory’, if you tell
your spouse that you paid less than you really did for a new
introduction, but brag to other gardeners that you paid more, or if you
no longer care what your spouse thinks, you need help.
Help is available from Bridgewood Gardens, a nursery that specializes
in caring for gardeners afflicted with Hostas.
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doesn't work, please let us know and we'll see if we can fix
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