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celestina89

In our area growing Hostas are challenging and very high maintenance. Most folks I know in the piney woods region of SE Texas don't bother. We have plenty of natives that handle droughts, heat and sudden freezes overnight better than hostas.

   
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FurElise

I love, love, love hostas! But I'm trying to go native. Such a dilemma.

   
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Joan Edge
I love hostas. I put them in containers because of large tree roots.
   
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