Types of hostas. Zones 3-8. Blooms summer or fall. Light to full shade. 6 to 3 tall, 6 to 5 wide. - My Garden Your Garden

Types of hostas. Zones Blooms summer or fall. Light to full shade. 6 to 3 tall, 6 to 5 wide. - My Garden Your Garden. I love hostas!

Large green leaves with chartreuse margins adorn the Abiqua Moonbeam Hosta, which is a sport of August Moon Hosta. Great for shady borders as well as container plants. Hosta are easy to grow and add a burst of color to shady spots! Thsi variety is more sun tolerant than a lot of other Hosta varieties.

Large green leaves with chartreuse margins adorn the Abiqua Moonbeam Hosta, which is a sport of August Moon Hosta. Great for shady borders as well as container plants. Hosta are easy to grow and add a burst of color to shady spots! Thsi variety is.

How and when should you divide your hostas? Divide every 3-4 years in spring, summer or fall (although late summer is the best time). To divide, dig up your entire hosta and you will notice the individual plants. Look for the crowns and divide the clumps. Then, replant and water well!

Expert Tips to an Ultimate Hosta Garden

Hostas are one of the best plants to try when you can't get anything else to grow. They're durable, versatile, and virtually maintenance-free. With so many hosta varieties, it's hard to choose. Click through to find the perfect hosta for your yard.

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Grow a Lush Shade Garden With Hostas

Where to find unusual hosta varieties.I'd like to add O'Brien's Hosta Nursery, Granby, CT to that list.

Types of hostas. Zones 3-8. Blooms summer or fall. Light to full shade. 6 to 3 tall, 6 to 5 wide. - My Garden Your Garden

Types of hostas. Zones Blooms summer or fall. Light to full shade. 6 to 3 tall, 6 to 5 wide. - My Garden Your Garden

Love the contrasting hosta colors but looks too packed in and over-planted to me KG

21 Ideas for Beautiful Garden Design and Yard Landscaping with Hostas

Hosta        Hostas are the ultimate shade-garden plants because they're so tough. They also offer a huge variety; look for varieties that grow from 6 inches to 6 feet wide -- and with leaves in shades of green, gold, or blue.        Plant Name: Hosta selections        Growing Conditions: Shade and moist, well-drained soil        Size: To 6 feet tall and wide, depending on type        Grow it with: Ferns; their fine-textured foliage makes the perfect contrast to any hosta variety…

Low-Maintenance Perennials for the Midwest

Hostas are the ultimate shade. Look for varieties that grow from to in green, gold, or blue. Need moist, well-drained soil. Ferns makes the perfect contrast to any hosta variety.

Hosta 'Cat in the Hat'

Hosta 'Cat in the Hat'

Learn about hostas for sun, including growing tips for sunny sites and choosing sun-tolerant hosta varieties, from experts at HGTV.

Hostas for Sun

Learn about hostas for sun, including growing tips for sunny sites and choosing sun-tolerant hosta varieties, from experts at HGTV Gardens.

Shady spots in your garden don't have to be barren and boring. There's a host of shade-dwelling annual and perennial flowers that will add instant impact to any location. Here, a carpet of bright green sweet woodruff fronts a bed of Japanese hakone grass and a cluster of blue- and chartreuse-leaf hosta varieties./

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shade-dwelling carpet of bright green sweet woodruff fronts a bed of Japanese hakone grass and a cluster of blue- and chartreuse-leaf hosta varieties.

Abiqua Moonbeam Hosta - Large green leaves with chartreuse margins adorn the Abiqua Moonbeam Hosta, which is a sport of August Moon Hosta. Great for shady borders as well as container plants. Hosta are easy to grow and add a burst of color to shady spots! Thsi variety is more sun tolerant than a lot of other Hosta varieties. by Huey2

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