I have an area with Several Hostas that are dormant now and a zillion
daylillies coming up in the same area.
I dug a little and because the lillies are very small right now, seems
the bulbs were pretty easy to dig up.
I'd like to dig up the entire area but fear I may run into my Hostas
-- if I do do you thinks they will be alright if I replant them? Are
Hosta roots pretty obvious when you see them? The lilly bulbs come out
easy -- but I want to keep the hostas in place.
Hostas will come up as one big, shallow rooted clump any time of the year. Now
good time. If you want to divide them to increase the number, cut thru the root
from top with a big, thick butcher knife or, a sharp spade. Otherwise just
hostas down in shallow hole and throw dirt over them and they will come up just
Hostas are pretty well cast iron when it comes to transplanting.
Somewhere between zone 5 and 6 tucked along the shore of Lake Michigan
on the council grounds of the Fox, Mascouten, Potawatomi, and Winnebago
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