Wednesday, July 27
Hosta plant is one hearty plant that is hard to get rid of once you get a good start on it.
You can find hosta at most local garden centers, home improvement centers, online nurseries, and mail-order catalogs in small 4 inches or 6-inch containers.
Hosta is a bulb plant that means it is grown from a bulb, and we all know with bulbs that once you can get a good start, you have a plant that can last a lifetime. Hosta is a rarely hearty plant that, once it takes off, can grow and thrive forever.
Hosta is a great plant that makes a good investment because it adds value to your home and a great look. Since it is grown from a bulb grows in almost any type of condition, Hosta does the best in partial shade. Hosta grows well in well-drained or moist soil and can adapt to almost any type of soil condition as long as it has shade. When Hosta is in full bloom, it has long broad leaves that are light green and dark green striped with a long, slender green stem that grows out with a tiny purple flower on it.
Once you get a great clump of Hosta, you can split them up and replant them in other locations, giving them a name of easily transplanted and an investment plant. Hostas look great planted around decks, patios, walkways, and driveways or spread throughout natural areas.
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