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I took the photo of these Hostas one day when it was cloudy. The cloudiness really brought out the colors in the plants.

By Cheryl

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May 27, 20100 found this helpful

My green thumb only works outside! I love hostas especially the variegated variety for three reasons; 1. their simple beauty. 2. they require little care and 3. they separate easy to share with others.

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June 23, 20100 found this helpful

Beautiful Hosta! I am also a Hostaholic, the more I have the better. :) Here is one of my new ones. I just love them!

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July 15, 20101 found this helpful

I call this my nursery bed. It is a place where I start hosta. As you can see, I had separated one huge Blue Hosta and this is what the planting site looked like this spring.

Now, the plants are much larger and by next spring, they will be large enough to move.

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July 15, 20101 found this helpful

Here is a photo of Blue Hosta in my front yard.

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