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How to move hostas... this gardener recommends tying & taping the plant with rope & masking tape.  Then after plant is dug up, drop it back into the hole 2 times to remove big clumps of dirt; then watering it in it's new hole and THEN backfilling with dirt & watering AGAIN.  I will have to try this.

How to move hostas.tying & taping the plant with rope & masking tape. Then after plant is dug up, drop it back into the hole 2 times to remove big clumps of dirt; then watering it in it's new hole and THEN backfilling with dirt & watering AGAIN.

Empress Wu Hosta (In my current garden) ... [Full/partial sun Full/partial shade, USDA 3 to 9, AHS 9 to 1, Moderate moisture, Drought tolerant]

(Hosta)'Empress Wu' Hosta will make your garden guests say 'wow'! This huge garden addition grows tall and wide in full to part shade locations. The large dark green leaves of 'Empress Wu' measure 18

I love my hosta plants. They grow like crazy in my shade garden and looks so beautiful too. I’m always getting comments on how beautiful they are. But they can get a little big and need to be divided. If you have a hosta or two that needs to be scaled down here’s a great tutorial on how to divide a hosta plant. You can bless a neighbor or friend with the extra plants or add more to your own garden.

hosta or two that needs to be scaled down here’s a great tutorial on how to divide a hosta plant. You can bless a neighbor or friend with the extra plants or add more to your own garden.

"Vim and Vigor" hosta -  WOW!!! I can't believe the size of this hosta!  AWESOME & beautiful.  Inspires me.

"Vim and Vigor" hosta - WOW! I can't believe the size of this hosta! Would look beautiful with Impatiens planted in front to fill in the legs of the Hosta.

In galvanised bowl on terrace, Hosta 'Morning Light', a perennial grown for its architectural leaves

In galvanised bowl on terrace, Hosta 'Morning Light', a perennial grown for its architectural leaves

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