I have a lot of my Hostas in Hostavalley in pots And some of them are still
looking great on this time of the year.
I have less problems with slugs......... . I think there perfect for pots.
Does any one else have some expierience with Hostastas growing int pots.
Please let me know..
I moved some that were here at our house when we bought it. The ones that
were planted in the dirt got pretty mangy during the summer. The ones I have
growing in an old copper boiler on the porch still look happy and healthy,
though much smaller
I only have the two right now, but I think that next year, before they come
back up that I will put the rest of them in continers as well. They are so
pretty but I don't really ahve a shady spot to plant them unless it's out in
the woods, and I have ont yet gotten to the point of clearing out the junk
under the trees so I can start putting in ferns and hostas under there.
Though I AM pretty excited about it!
Oh, and I NEVER even tought of the copper boiler keeping the slugs off!!
I should have realized it, I used to use copper tape around my avocado tree
ans some other tender little things. It worked pretty well.
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I Have hostas in pots right now becouse i never got my landscaping done this
summer.Now i put them in my basement for the winter. Now i like to know if i
have to water them or just let them sit to spring. by the way i'm in cold
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