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.
Deer are large pests and people have to come up with new methods and tricks to control them. The damage that these animals can cause is very significant, so you need to take care of it.
Jovibarba (Sempervivum) heuffelii is unique among the genus sempervivum, such unique colors have no other species. Due to the fact that the color of these plants persists throughout the season and the complexity of reproduction, these plants are rare among collectors.
Sempervivum montanum is a perennial succulent, with naturally occurring plants of green color. For gardeners and collectors displayed a large number of decorative varieties. There are also 6 subspecies of sempervivum montanum, some of which have a yellow leaf tint.
This species of sempervivum is different from other representatives of the genus, some botanists distinguish it in a separate genus Jovibarba. The average size of the rosettes is 1.5 inches, the maximum size is 3 inches. Plants of this species are mainly green in color, sometimes having dark red leaf tips, and there are varieties …