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Paintbox Garden added this to Northeast Gardener's May Checklist
Dig and divide hostas. Keep hostas looking their best by dividing them every three to four years. Look for tightly rolled leaves that emerge from the soil looking like cigars — if you can divide clumps at this early stage, you're on top of your game. Get a wheelbarrow for moving clumps around, plus a sharp spade and a serrated knife for digging through the root mass. If leaves get torn or crushed in the process of making divisions, just snip them off; hostas can tolerate abuse.

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Carmen Robitaille added this to Garden ideas
January 7, 2015
Hosts to get
T Watts added this to LANDSCAPE IDEAS--garden, stone paths, plants
March 21, 2014
how to divide hostas
nonafeathers added this to nonafeathers's ideas
May 29, 2013
Hostas
ammjk added this to ammjk's Favorites
May 24, 2013
Hosta and paint box garden
provitom added this to Gardening
May 12, 2013
Hosta Division
kitcchenreno added this to exterior
May 8, 2013
DIVIDE HOSTAS
bonnieab added this to bonnieab's ideas
May 8, 2013
shade plants
showersun added this to Flowers & Plants
May 5, 2013
Plants
elizbrown added this to elizbrown's ideas
May 4, 2013
Dig and divide hostas. Keep hostas looking their best by dividing them every three to four years. Look for tightly rolled leaves that emerge from the soil looking like cigars — if you can divide clumps at this early stage, you're on top of your game. Get a wheelbarrow for moving clumps around, plus a sharp spade and a serrated knife for digging through the root mass. If leaves get torn or crushed in the process of making divisions, just snip them off; hostas can tolerate abuse.
elysehb added this to elysehb's ideas
May 4, 2013
garden
joidevivre29 added this to Gardening
May 2, 2013
Divide hostas early
jmhilliard added this to jmhilliard's ideas
May 2, 2013
dig and divide hostas every four years
lethem added this to Garden Ideas
May 1, 2013
reminder to divide hostas
sleepyktty added this to Gardening
May 1, 2013
Dig and divide hostas. Keep hostas looking their best by dividing them every three to four years. Look for tightly rolled leaves that emerge from the soil looking like cigars — if you can divide clumps at this early stage, you're on top of your game. Get a wheelbarrow for moving clumps around, plus a sharp spade and a serrated knife for digging through the root mass. If leaves get torn or crushed in the process of making divisions, just snip them off; hostas can tolerate abuse.
margarethbennett added this to margarethbennett's ideas
May 1, 2013
hostas
agmacris32 added this to Small Garden Ideabook
May 1, 2013
Dig and divide hostas. [Early Spring] Keep hostas looking their best by dividing them every three to four years. Look for tightly rolled leaves that emerge from the soil looking like cigars — if you can divide clumps at this early stage, you're on top of your game. Get a wheelbarrow for moving clumps around, plus a sharp spade and a serrated knife for digging through the root mass. If leaves get torn or crushed in the process of making divisions, just snip them off; hostas can tolerate abuse.
Mark Loucks added this to mark_loucks's ideas
May 1, 2013
border for wetlands
belfordfran added this to belfordfran's ideas
May 1, 2013
Love hostas!
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