Re: request for advice
<<<. One of
the first things to learn about hostas,
is that they are not all created
equal! Some do better in dry shade>>>
elaborate on this? I'm having trouble with a couple of hostas, which
seemed to have done better in an area with extremely dry conditions. I
moved them to a richer spot, and they have deteriorated. I thought that
this was due to tree roots sucking the life out of them, but when I dug them
out, all looked good below ground.
name a few as examples? It would help me, and maybe others, to pick and
choose their hostas for these conditions.