A long time ago I put Hostas in my garden. Hostas are grown primarily for their green foliage and I use them as border plants or stand-alone. I have the “Honeybells” variety and it produces a long spike in summer which develops trumpet shaped flowers. In general Hostas can be grown in sun or full shade. However, there is a yellow-foliage variety that does best in full sun. Though many plants should be divided in spring or fall, Hostas respond well to division any time of the year. I use the foliage and flowers in FREE flower arrangements for my home and as gifts.
This is how my Hostas-border looks; however, I must tell you that few weeks ago we had a hail storm and the ice poked holes in most of my garden plant leaves. Unfortunately, my Hostas did not escape the destruction path of the storm.
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