Hooked On Hostas

Recently , we shared a gardening idea called “Thrill, Fill and Spill”. There were hostas as well as annual begonia, impatiens and becopa in the pot arrangement. Choosing white flowers makes them pop in the shade. A bit of morning sun and then shade during the hot afternoon sun keeps them thriving. When the hosta flower starts to die, just cut it off at the base. The leaves are the main event anyway.The hostas can be removed in the fall and planted in the garden. It is very convenient to have them when there is little selection at the garden … Continue reading