Hostas can grow so quickly, simply use a belt and pull so you do not damage the stems.
If your hostas aren't going in the ground, make sure to add ample drainage holes.
Instead of splitting the cones, dig up a patch of hosta cones to propagate.
When dividing your cones, it's a good idea to wait for early spring to get the most from them.
If your hostas roots have been under attack, regrow them by sitting it in a jar of water.
Most hosta varieties grow best in shade and partial shade, so look for the dark patches.
Different holes can be a sign of different critters. This is from a cutworm, which must be removed.
Wrap copper mesh around the base of your hostas to keep slugs from munching.
Not every gardener clears the dead debris, but doing so can save hostas from bugs, fungus, and more.
Ensure your hostas grow strong by putting your shovel through the eyes of the hosta, and potting the eyes.
There’s so many different variations of this plant, make sure it lives long by choosing the right kind for your environment.
After the frost of winter, hostas have to be moved. Make a simple reminder with a sturdy plastic knife.
It is an easy fix for cleaning, just wait for frost to hit, then pull off the dead foliage.
Simply, crush up Irish Spring soap in your food processor, and spread it around your hosta flower bed.
Handle the slugs that plague your hosta organically with crushed up eggshells sprinkled on the plant’s base.
Hostas are great companions with other plants, so they can live in the same container with another plant and thrive.
If you want your plant to survive your first time gardening, choose a hosta. Hostas are low maintenance, and require little attention.
Obsess over all the different kinds of hostas? Make this upcycled Anthropologie marker to tell the difference of each genus.
One way of protecting your precious hostas is to build a cabinet made of chicken wire and drilled wood.
Increase moisture and warmth for your hostas with an affordable greenhouse made of logs and plastic.
Deer love to munch on vulnerable hostas, grind up garlic, scallions, and eggs to spray around your plants.
Stop bunnies from nibbling on your greenery by spreading old coffee grounds all over the flower bed.
Mix healthy nutrient rich ingredient into your soil with peat and perlite.
Insert a copper adapter into the opening of your freshly painted bottle, and put the bottle into the soil.
Recycle broken plates and bowls by shaving down the cracks, and coating it onto a wall with grout and tile adhesive.
Punch air holes into the bottom, fill with green and brown trimmings, and stir up once a week.
Eliminate that pesky powdery film by combining dairy milk and epsom salt together in a spray bottle.
Hostas can grow huge over a short period of time, use your trash can as a planter for these oversized plants.
Crafty planters know how to care for their hostas with warmth and lots of water.