Why Are Hosta Leaves Turning Brown?

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Shade-loving hostas are sensitive to direct sun. Bright sunlight scorches the leaves, and yellow patches edged with brown quickly appear. Dry, poor soils exacerbate the brown, drying areas. Transplanting the hosta into a shady location and improving
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Leaves turn brown because when the cool weather comes the trees start to shut down and live on stored food. When they stop making chlorophyll the leaves turn brown.
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Limp leaves usually result from some sort of problem with water or water uptake. You could have watered them too much, especially if you have suddenly given them a lot of water after
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Based on my own experience with my hostas, you may be over watering. This time of year my hostas are usually dying out for the summer because of the heat. But this year they are growing
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