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jennlamaye

My 5 yr old and I spend a lot of time outdoors in our garden oasis. I love flowers, cottage garden style! #GTseedfairy 💕USDA Zone 8b; Sunset Zone 7

Hosta 'Francee'

  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2018
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jennlamaye

Another #hosta baby that made it through winter. #hostaholic

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ShelleySnyder

Ooooooh!! That's a purdy one to!!💘😍

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kimguy

Yay! Francee is definitely a Purdy one!💕 @jennlamaye. @ShelleySnyder

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jennlamaye

@petitelake I think this might be one

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  • Season Icon Early SpringEarly Spring 2018
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jennlamaye

#hosta

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lesliecole49

I got this last year and..i actually think she's coming back! Not sure yet why she's not real happy in her spot, I'll have to keep an eye out this year

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jennlamaye

Make sure you do slug prevention asap. @lesliecole49 💕 I don't really know what else effects them.

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lesliecole49

I do Jenn, it wasn't slugs last year, I don't think it drains well where they're at, will watch this year to determine if they should be moved. I might just lift them and build the ground up under them

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jennlamaye

That would be a great idea! These are pretty forgiving when it comes to moving them. 😉 @lesliecole49

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lesliecole49

Good! 😊

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  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2017
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jennlamaye

#hosta #bud

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lesliecole49

I have this one, I think I'll have to move it, seems she's not growing, not dying either tho. I'm thinking the ground stays too moist.

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jennlamaye

@lesliecole49 that's interesting! I would think hostas like moist ground, but I'm not sure. But I also don't see a lot of growth in the season, just from year to year... They seem to double every spring when they pop out of the ground.

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lesliecole49

This is their first year, we'll see then

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alysha

I want one of these. I will find one. Lol. Very pretty. @jennlamaye

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jennlamaye

@alysha they're one of my favorite plants. ❤️

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  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2017
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jennlamaye

This was a part of the #hosta that I had tried to separate, but ended up breaking... New growth!! #notdeadyet

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  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2017
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jennlamaye

#hosta #francee

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lesliecole49

I've got a couple of these. A couple, because there were two in the pot when I bought it :)

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jennlamaye

@lesliecole49 - I tried to separate the one I just bought... Key word, tried. Ha! Oh well!

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KariSamuel

@jennlamaye @lesliecole49 - you can sever a hosta compact root ball using a sharp knife or saw, without any ill effects! Where I am, each pip is priced at $8 and up, depending on the variety. With the number of hosta plants I have (40?) Each pip sold individually - I would be financially secure!

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jennlamaye

@KariSamuel I really should have done that! I'll remember to grab the hack saw for the next one... I've got two more little patches I want to separate. Thank you!

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jennlamaye

@KariSamuel - I'm also very enamored with your garden! So many beautiful hostas!!

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spyder1980

@cyndi I have this plant and it just is not doing well for me if you want it plz its yours.

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spyder1980

@cyndi this one is not mine but I have it.

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