The cultivation of hostas has become so common that it is now part of human culture. Unfortunately, the widespread distribution of hostas has led to many diseases that tend to destroy them.
Hostas have become so popular that today you can find them in almost every garden. However, sometimes gardeners have problems with these wonderful plants.
Hostas are those plants that can awaken the spirit of a true connoisseur of beauty. However, over time, most hosta lovers encounter diseases that can severely damage the appearance and health of these plants. Today we are going to talk about what is probably the most common disease of hostas.
Very often after transplanting a hosta, the leaves begin to droop or even turn brown. This is called transplant shock and here is a step-by-step guide on how to reduce it.
Hostas are wonderful plants that deserve to be in every garden. However, due to objective reasons, it is not possible to grow them everywhere. In this article, you will find out what is the best preference for these plants.
Hostas are wonderful plants that require a little attention to be healthy. Today we are going to look at one of the fairly common problems that arise during the growing process.
What makes the hosta unique is the beauty of its leaves. Few plants can boast such a huge number of varieties. But sometimes trouble happens to hostas and we are going to talk about one of those today.
Blueberry Muffin is a very interesting variety of hosta as it has large and textured blue leaves. The leaf shape is rounded but with a sharp tip. This article describes all the details of growing Blueberry Muffin hostas and other aspects of this wonderful plant.
Hosta is a delightful plant that is primarily prized for its beautiful leaves. Leopold Trattinnick first found this plant in Asia and named it in honor of another botanist, Nicolaus Thomas Host. It is also sometimes called plantain lilies.
Hostas are suited to areas of the garden where other plants won’t grow. They also produce purple fragrant flowers. There can be some issues that can occur with the leaves of hostas so today I will explain how to remedy a hosta that is having leaf issues.
Hostas are relatively easy to care for, but to achieve successful results, you need to work a little. At different times of the year, hostas need different types of care. It is especially important to prepare them for dormancy properly; otherwise, you may have problems or even lose your plants.
The worst thing that can happen in a garden is when you lose your favorite plant. One of the reasons that plants can perish is a disease. Hostas, like other plants, can be affected by different fungus, bacteria, or viruses.
Winter is a time when most plants are dormant. However, not all of them have adapted to survive low temperatures. This article will tell you how to properly overwinter your hostas.
Bugs are one of the most severe threats to your hostas. Ignoring this problem can at the very least lead to the ugly appearance of your plants. In the worst case, the bugs can destroy your hosts. Let’s take a look at what they are and determine how to deal with them.
All owners of hostas sooner or later face a threat – slugs. These creatures can destroy young leaves entirely, and the plant will no longer be decorative throughout the season. In this article, we will talk about anti-slug remedies and start with the most effective ones.
Hosta is an energetic plant; some varieties are huge and occupy large areas in the garden. To avoid many transplants, you need to know how much space is required for a particular variety. Let’s figure out how far apart to plant hostas.
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