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  • Jennifer Sears

    Hosta, shade garden ideas

  • Charla Anderson

    Hosta garden - woody, shaded. Plant with Old-fashioned bleeding hearts which go dormant in summer.

  • Denice Delmue

    Hosta (shade plant, another photo of Hasta) are among the showiest and easy-to-grow perennials in the shade. They also offer the most variety of any shade plant. Choose from miniatures that stay only a couple of inches wide or giants that sprawl 6 feet across or more. Look for leaves in shades of green, blue, white, chartreuse, and gold, with many cultivars being variegated. Some hosta flowers are very fragrant. Hostas are hardy in Zones 3-8.

  • Kim Wood

    Hosta - easy-to-grow shade perennial; shades of green, blue, white, chartreuse, and gold

  • Gramma Rose

    Hostas for the Shade Garden... Hostas are among the showiest and easy-to-grow perennials in the shade. They also offer the most variety of any shade plant. Choose from miniatures that stay only a couple of inches wide or giants that sprawl 6 feet across or more. Look for leaves in shades of green, blue, white, chartreuse, and gold, with many cultivars being variegated. Some hosta flowers are very fragrant. And hostas are hardy in Zones 3-8

  • Rose Quartz

    Hosta. Easy to grow perennials that love shade. Some hosta flowers are fragrent. Some have varigated leaves

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