Season Ending Get All Hosta Collection

$137.00

Hosta Season Ending Get All Hosta Collection – Get all 18 Hosta listed below for just $137.00 and save over 30% off spring prices! Plus, get FREE SHIPPING! Collection includes 1 each of: Abiqua Drinking Gourd, American Halo, Angel Falls, Autumn Frost, Blue Mouse Ears, Brim Cup, Curly Fries, Designer Genes, Dream Weaver, Empress Wu, Fragrant Bouquet, Humpback Whale, June, Komodo Dragon, Mini Skirt, Rainforest Sunrise, Wheee! & Wrinkle in Time. Zones 3-9. All potted in 3″ pots.

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79 in stock

Hardiness
3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
Color
Varies
Bloom Time
Early Summer
Growth
Medium
Usage
Outdoor
Exposure
Part Shade | Full Shade | Shade
Resistance
Height
Spread
Varies

Fragrant
No
Watering
Consistent | Average
Container
No
Planting
Spring | Summer | Fall
Attracts
Hummingbirds
Reblooming
No
Sold As/With
3"

Hostas grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils with a pH between 5.5 and 7.5. Sandy loam is better than clay because it provides more aeration for the roots. High-filtered or dappled sunlight is necessary for clean, healthy growth. Morning sun is tolerable and will help to intensify the leaf colors, but hot afternoon sun is usually deadly to hostas. They are most at home in shady, woodland settings and often work well as specimen or edging plants.

Especially in northern zones, hostas should be mulched with a layer of finely shredded organic material to prevent heaving in the winter. Mulch is beneficial because it retains moisture around the plant’s roots, but it is also the ideal place for slugs to hide. Watch for holes in the center of the leaves. If they are present, so are slugs. Applying a slug bait in early spring when new shoots are beginning to emerge will help to reduce the slug population. After a few years when plants are firmly established, the mulch can be removed completely, which should eliminate the slug problem altogether. Also be sure to clean all hosta foliage out of the garden in early winter after the plants have gone dormant. By doing so, you will be ridding the area of the eggs of slugs and other leaf-eating insects.

Garden Style:
Asian, Cottage, Eclectic, Formal, Woodland Shade
Other Features:
Border Plant, Cut Foliage, Easy To Grow, Attractive Foliage, Mass Planting, Specimen, Focal Point