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  • Deb Donna-Clark

    Not your average hosta garden. Excellent contrasting hostas, leaf size and colours, giving a beautiful show.

  • ༺༻ Christina Khandan  ༺༻

    🌹 CONTRASTING HOSTAS - NO WORK AT ALL #Home #Garden #Design #LandScape ༺༺ 🏡 ❤ ℭƘ ༻༻

  • Tamara Cowie

    Beautiful Hosta Garden for front yard

  • Sarah Berryhill

    contrasting hostas -- leaf size and colors - great shade garden idea

  • Natasha Jobling

    Golf course garden has a party, There's no better time to share your garden than mid July. The annuals have filled in, the perennials are overflowing and the foliage is still slug-hole free., This is the second year for these hostas. It used to be sunny here but the maples are growing fast with all the fertilizer, so this bed is transitioning to shade plantings., Gardens Design

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