To transplant hostas, first choose a location with well-draining soil and partial shade. Then, dig up the hosta plant with a spade, making sure to get as much of the roots as possible. Continue reading
Most Common Hosta Problems
Here you will fond more common hosta problems and ways to fix them. Continue reading
What Causes Holes In Hosta Leaves?
There are several potential causes of holes in Hosta leaves, including insect damage from slugs or snails, disease, or even animal damage from squirrels or rabbits. It is also possible that the holes are a natural part of the plant’s growth process. Continue reading
How Do You Keep Weeds Out Of Hostas?
There are several ways to keep weeds out of hostas: Continue reading
Can I Spray Hostas With Vinegar?
It is not recommended to spray hostas with vinegar as a pest control measure. While vinegar can be an effective weed killer, it can also harm or kill other plants, including hostas.
Is Wood Ash Good For Hostas?
Wood ash can be beneficial for hostas in certain circumstances. It can be used as a natural source of nutrients for the plants, as it contains trace amounts of potassium, calcium, and other minerals. Continue reading
Why does my hosta have brown spots on the leaves?
There are several possible reasons why your hosta plant might have brown spots on its leaves. Here are a few possibilities to consider: Continue reading
Why Did My Hosta Change Color?
There are several reasons why a hosta plant might change color. Here are a few possibilities: Continue reading
Propagation Of Hostas By Tissue Culture
The use of tissue-culture (TC) technology to reproduce hostas for the retail market in the U.S. has had a huge impact. First, let me explain briefly what TC is.
10 Large Blue Hosta Varieties
In this article, we will look at the largest blue-leafed hostas. Such hostas are very popular nowadays and deserve your attention.