'Lemon Frost' - this, and the entire 'Lemon LIme' family grow fast, divide easily and make a wonderful border.
'Limey Lisa' - this one had a set-back for a couple consecutive winters when, even as an established plant, it heaved in winter and I lost some of it to root damage. Have been top-dressing with compost and it's doing better. It also grows quite fast and quickly forms a thick mat.
'Little Red Rooster' is a delightful mini with red legs.
'Lakeside Elfin Fire' - this one did not do well as a border. I tried and it's been a bit of a struggle getting it back into any sort of a mound. But it seems fairly happy now. For a plant with as much white as this one has, it grows quite well.
'Lakeside Zinger' - this is a fast grower which forms a thick mat. It's also fertile. I have a couple of seedlings from it that I'm watching and a weedling that I'm quite sure came from it which has grown into quite a nice plant - mostly very low-growing, tough leaves with occasional white streaks in them.
'Masquerade' - this variety was one of my early hostas but I eventually lost the originals ones; so this is a replacement plant which is doing well in a trough.
'Pandora's Box' - one of the 'Baby Bunting' bunch which is doing OK, but not spectacularly well for a 4 yr-old plant. It has a lot of white and grows more slowly than some of the family.
'Pixie Vamp' - this is a delightful mini which can easily hold its own in the garden.
'Popo' - probably my smallest mini and it likes its 5" pot.