When to Cut Back on Hostas.?

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Each spring, hostas emerge from the ground with small unfurling curls of new shoots. Most take between four and eight years to fully mature. Miniature hostas such as "Baby Bunting" grow to only a few inches in diameter, but some varieties can grow to
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If you wait til you get a good freeze, there will be much less greenery to deal with. You will be able to easily pull them away from the soil without cutting.
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No one can really pinpoint when frost and snow will come. Many gardens survive just fine with no attention at all in the fall. Consider this listing and the complementary Plants to
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Prune or trim back your bush immediately after
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