Follow these tips from the experts on everything involving hosta plant care: when and where to plant hostas, how to divide hostas, caring for hostas, and pruning. Glean some tips and tricks for making more of your favorite hosta plant. Maybe you're moving plants because they're not in ideal growing conditions and. How to properly divide your hostas. Watch Richard Merritt of New Hampshire Hostas as he shows you step-by-step how to propagate your hostas. Richard talks.
Hostas (Hosta spp.) provide attractive foliage in return for little care. These herbaceous perennials grow in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant. Planting hostas in the early spring, after the last frost has occurred, gives To divide a hosta, lift it out of the ground and separate a few stems. Growing hostas can be very fulfilling to a gardener, as they are hardy, thrive in the While many gardeners choose spring for time to move and divide plants.
Dividing hosta plants is an easy way to maintain their size and shape, Hostas have a clumping root system, so to divide a plant, simply cut through the clump Take care in ensuring each bud or group of buds has roots still. Hostas are one of the best foliage plants for light to medium shade and are into a larger container or split and replant just a few sections into the same size pot. Lift the clump with a fork or tip out of containers, taking care not to damage the.