Grow Luscious Leaves
With their bold foliage and wide color range, hostas are the darlings of the designer world. Grow a few in pots on a shady patio for a sophisticated display that will last from early summer until the autumn.
- Excerpted from How to Grow Practically Everything
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Tip: Slug and Snail Repellents
To keep your hostas free from slug and snail damage, sprinkle a few slug pellets sparingly around young plants after planting. Organic controls include pouring used coffee grounds around the plants, applying a mulch of eggshells or grit, or fixing a copper strip around each pot.
Excerpted from How to Grow Practically Everything
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