blogs


showing 1 - 11 of 11 posts
matching hosta [X]
Sort By:



Subscribe to RSS feed

READER PHOTOS! Cynthias garden in Kansas

READER PHOTOS! Cynthia's garden in Kansas

14 comments

Today's photos are from Cynthia Blixt in Merriam, Kansas. She says, "My husband built my garden out of some large rocks. He works for a construction company and had access to the right kind of...

view details
READER PHOTOS! Rebeccas garden in British Columbia

READER PHOTOS! Rebecca's garden in British Columbia

7 comments

Today's photos came from Cherry Ong, whose garden we've featured in the past, here. I'm thinking gardening is in her blood, especially after I got a glimpse of these photos of her mom's garden...

view details
Happy New Year!!

Happy New Year!!

50 comments

Happy New Year, everyone! Doesn't it feel fresh and new, like we've just hit a reset button? I don't know about you, but I'm vowing to do everything bigger and better this year. Today...

view details
One last wacky hosta

One last wacky hosta

9 comments

Let's wrap up this week's hosta theme with one more from the Thyrums. This one is called 'Praying Hands', and for the life of me, I can't figure out why (any ideas?). But it's cool! Those twisty...

view details
A classic hosta complements a garden ornament

A classic hosta complements a garden ornament

2 comments

Out of all the hundreds and hundreds of hosta varieties in the world, only a few keep popping up over and over because they're timeless stunners. 'June' is one of those hostas. You can see why...

view details
An itty bitty, irresistible hosta

An itty bitty, irresistible hosta

4 comments

There's a whole world of tiny hostas out there that are just starting to get the attention they deserve. They all seem to have such cute names, like 'Bitsy Gold', 'Corkscrew', 'Popo', 'Tiny Tears...

view details
Another gorgeous hosta

Another gorgeous hosta

4 comments

Yesterday's hosta was tops for glamour, but today's, also in Eve and Per Thyrum's garden in Wilmington, Delaware, is incredibly satisfying, too. This one is neat, tidy, and oh-so-pretty in a...

view details
The most beautiful hosta in the world

The most beautiful hosta in the world

16 comments

OK, so you might disagree, but I think this hosta (the one next to the azalea), in Eve and Per Thyrum's front yard in Wilmington, Delaware, is the most gorgeous hosta I've ever seen. It's called...

view details
Even baby plants need to be seen!

Even baby plants need to be seen!

5 comments

More groundcovers! In Liz Niebling's garden in Exeter, New Hampshire, a swath of vinca is the perfect canvas for this vase-shaped hosta. A young hosta like this can be easily lost, visually, in a...

view details
Who needs hostas??

Who needs hostas??

5 comments

Why spend all that money on gourmet hostas when you can just go down to the local garden center and buy a 6-pack of cabbage or kale? Seriously, though, great hostas are expensive. While you build...

view details
READER PHOTO: A simple combo with big impact

READER PHOTO: A simple combo with big impact

2 comments

Today's GPOD is from Mindy Arbo of the Cotton-Arbo retum in Winchester, Massachusetts. Mindy says: "This striking combination of Hosta 'Sum and Substance' and Chelone 'Hot Lips' comes from the...

view details

showing 1 - 11 of 11 posts