Sue Proctor Plants
From classic hostas to new introductions, from miniature hostas to giants, our hosta collection has something for everyone.
Our Nursery in West Yorkshire is devoted to Hostas and in our Website you will find something to appeal to everyone, from the hosta beginner to the serious collector.
Our Catalogue lists over 450 hosta varieties, including old favourites, classics and an exciting range of the newest varieties. We grow around 300 of these in our garden, so can give you first-hand information about these varieties.
We particularly specialise in miniature and very small hostas, offering around 120 miniature hostas and 70 very small varieties and cultivars, some rare and hard to find.
Thank you for visiting our Website. Enjoy your hostas!!
Sue and Richard
Garden and Nursery Open Weekend
(National Garden Scheme)
Our Garden and Nursery will be open to visitors and supporting NGS Charities on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th July from 11am-4pm. Admission £3.50, Children Free. Refreshments.
New 2018 Catalogue
We have now added new varieties 2018 to our Catalogue.
We hope you like our new Website and new catalogue which will allow our customers to browse by hosta size (Miniature, Non-miniature, Giant etc.) and by plant features such as leaf colour, shape, texture, scented flowers, sun tolerance, and slug resistance.
We have added some interesting new hostas to our stock including two new ‘Mouse’ hostas (Flamenco Mouse and School Mouse) and the first hosta with red in the leaf, ‘First Blush’. New ‘Giants’ include Big John, Humpback Whale, Jurassic Park, Key West and Kingsize.
Other additions include H. Bashful, Bright Star, Christmas Island, Devon Blue, Enduring Beacon, First Love, Kiwi Hippo, Kogarashi Nakafu (mini), Lemon Meringue, Luna Moth, Milkmaid, Regalia, Smash Hit, Sparkler, Wonderful (mini), and Yankee Blue.
Mail Order Sales
For those who have not visited our Website for a while, we have now retired from exhibiting at Shows and are focusing on our mail orders, aiming for a quick turn-around.
Our Hosta Catalogue
Our 2018 Catalogue has several features that make it easy for you to find the hosta(s) you want.
You can search by size (Giant, Miniature etc.), by leaf colour and by frequently requested characteristics, e.g. white flowered hostas, scented hostas, red stemmed, slug resistant and sun-tolerant hostas.
Most varieties listed are accompanied by a photograph to make choosing easy. Clicking the plant’s photo reveals more information on the plant, extra photographs and the option to add plants to the new shopping cart.
When you submit your order through our Website we receive an email to which we will respond within 48 hours confirming your order. See our Ordering page for more information.
Visiting our Nursery
We sell mainly through mail order but would love to see you at our garden nursery. Please give us a call first (01484 866189 or 07917 006636) to make sure we are around and that what you are looking for is available. Our garden and nursery are also open under the National Garden Scheme (Yellow Book) on Sat. July 14 and Sun. July 15, 2018 from 11am-4pm.
For those wondering if it’s worth a long trek to visit us, here are some of the nearby attractions you might also fit in:
1 mile: Kirklees Light Railway. Narrow Gauge Steam Railway. 3.5 mile train ride to Shelley. Playgrounds and special events. www.kirkleeslightrailway.com/
3 miles: Cannon Hall Open farm with adventure playgrounds and soft play,(ferret and sheep racing in season), fantastic farm shop, two restaurants, museum and garden centre with Thyme Bistro. One of our favourite places. cannonhallfarm.co.uk/
3 miles: Yorkshire Sculpture Park. UK’s leading open-air gallery. Lots inside too. Nice restaurant. ysp.org.uk/
5 miles: Naylor’s Factory Shop. (Yorkshire Plant Pots). Come with an empty boot. Some of our customers have had to return the next week! Sat.-Mon. 10am-4pm. naylorfactoryshop.co.uk/
7 miles: Holmfirth. Last of the Summer Wine centre. www.holmfirth.org/
10 miles: The Hepworth, Wakefield. International and contemporary art, and, of course, sculptures by Barbara Hepworth. hepworthwakefield.org/