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hostas  (Hosta 'Francee')

fresh growth and so far no slug damage.

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Ooooh this looks Fab Sbg, unusual pots, Love them..

19 Apr, 2009


Hmmm I bought a pack with four of these at the end of last year as usual they were in the bargain shelf , they are coming up now although not as far on as yours seaburn , is there anything in particular they require?

19 Apr, 2009


Have this variety too Sbg but like Mac not as far on ..agree with Dee the pots look great.

19 Apr, 2009


Your Hostas look super in these pots, would not have thought about using them for Hosas.

19 Apr, 2009


the variegated one is Francee and the other snail has halycyon in it. the third pot was a gift and is a yellower green leaf and have no idea what it is.

they are in the shady bit under the edge of the beech canopy. I top dress the compost every year and just dont let it dry out.

in the winter i put them in the unheated greenhouse to stop the frost from damaging the pot.

20 Apr, 2009


i told a fib. the non snail pot is august moon. or so my hubby tells me. he found the tag that came with it. dont know where or why he had it. i wonder what else he has salted away from me.

21 Apr, 2009



21 Apr, 2009


Love the hostas and the pots !

14 May, 2015

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