1,381 hosta Home Design Photos

Great Oaks Landscape Associates Inc.
8 Reviews
Design/Build Residential Landscape Styles
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Massed hostas (Hosta spp, zones 5 to 9) and alliums (Allium
That said, you can accomplish the same thing with repetition. Massed hostas (Hosta spp, zones 5 to 9) and alliums (Allium ‘Purple Sensation’, zones 4 to
and candytuft. Tall later-blooming bulbs need larger companions, such as hostas, small shrubs and shorter ornamental grasses.
Love the mix with the hostas
“Allium” — Verdant Grounds
Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Secret Garden
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shade garden plantings - hostas, hydrangeas
oak leaf hydrangea, annabelle hydrangea underplanted with large hosta
Hosta (foreground) Hydrangea (background)
hydrangea and hostas to hide tank...Nice planting of hostas and hydrangeas...Hydrangeas and hostas...Hostas under the hydrangeas.l.....hosta & hydrangeas -...w hosta hydrangea...Hosta and hydrangea...Holy hydrangeas and hostas.
“mixed plantings - hosta, hydrangea” — jlp01
C.M. Jones Incorporated
Private Res
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shade garden - border with hosta and magenta astilbe
and multiply! October is a good time to divide many perennials, such as hostas and false spirea (Astilbe). A swift slice with a sharp spade does the trick
Astilbe and hosta plants...landscape / hostas...Hosta and astilbe combo...hosta & astillbe...purple astilbe and hosta...Hosta hill...Hostas, color, texture...hostas hanging over retaining wall...hosta, astibe...Hostas and flowers...Hostas along edge...Hosta and stone...Hosta with purple accent...stone wall, hostas, floral...hosta with astilbe
“The purple astilbe” — Tracy Mongoven
James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
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A variety of Hostas and Astibe as well. Other plants that would compliment the mix are Heuchera and Foam Flower of which there are many varieties and Bleeding
space. Even though this garden relies heavily upon hostas for interest, it is the large-leafed hostas (Hosta cvs, USDA zones 3 to 8) that punctuate the space
side and move the eye down the pathway. The repetition of the large-leafed hostas allows for the peaceful transition to pockets of different plants.
“Garden” — jenniferauger
Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes May
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support more wildlife than hosta — plus, it’s just as carefree.
Hosta Alternatives The great thing about hostas (Hosta spp) is that you can leave
Solomons plume instead of Hostas, native to
Solomon’s plume (Maianthemum racemosum, syn. Smilacina racemosa - native alternative for hosta
Hosta Alternatives The great thing about hostas (Hosta spp) is that you can leave them alone almost forever
Hosta AlternativesThe great thing about hostas (Hosta spp) is that you can leave them alone almost forever
leaves, and just a small contingent of the insects frequent its blooms. With hostas used so frequently in gardens today, there must be one for nearly every
from Minnesota to Arkansas and east, and will support more wildlife than hosta — plus, it’s just as carefree. Shown: Solomon’s plume (Maianthemum racemosum)
“Solomon's plume. Like a Hosta, only a native to Minnesota and supports local insects, etc. No main” — mmschwartz84
Kim Gamel
6 Reviews
Moon Garden
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It's a hosta, not sure if the specific variety. Hope that helps!
Hosta A variegated hosta is a good choice for your container, as its leaves
A variegated hosta is a good choice for your
japonica, le Gunnera manicata ou les hostas aux feuillages larges et décoratifs : l’Hosta ‘June’, Hosta ‘Independence’, Hosta ‘Guacamole’… Les fougères sont
HostaA variegated hosta is a good choice for your container, as its leaves will reflect the moonlight even if its flowers aren’t in bloom. Keep it to a
Hosta - Like the variegated version.
“Hosta - summer time foilage” — Landscape Group Inc
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
3 Reviews
Summer long color
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Hosta, hydrangea and Knock Out roses provide a strong background for an ever changing selection of annuals.
What is the name of the hostas in the pic near the purple petunias?
Do you have the name of the hostas posted in this photo?
garden-hostas, hydrangas & Knock Out roses
hydrangeas, hostas, & roses around a deck
of plants, it's the foliage that really shines. Look for options like hostas (Hosta spp, zones 3 to 9), heuchera (Heuchera spp, zones 4 to 9), lamb's ears
shapes, colors and sizes play off the more recognizable form of roses.Shown: Hosta spp and hydrangeas
Bed with roses and hosta edging...hosta, hydrangea, and knock out roses
“Knockout roses w Daylilies, coneflowers, lambs ears, salvia” — dbpr
Fullmer's Landscaping, Inc
The Angled Approach
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What kind of hostas are those? T-Rex? Or arch duke?? I love the size, they are beautiful.
What are the green grass plants with the purple flowers beneath the hostas?
this time of year, making short work of plants with soft leaves such as hostas, daylily, taro and passionfruit as well as small seedlings of just about
3 Wise up to snailsTo protect your Hostas and other large-leafed plants that are prone to snail and slug damage, try
What are the grasses beneath the hosta?...These beauties are Hosta 'Wide Brim'...Hostas with lirope for near holly tree.
“Favorite febce” — pamkemper57
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