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#37616 July 2nd, 2005 at 07:28 AM
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One of my birthday presents was a sum & substance hosta. So, I'm a little bit of a hosta freak, and love every vareity, but have always 'dreamed' of having the huge s&s in my garden. So, here's the situation. I don't have many 'finished' (ie killed grass and plantable) flower beds. I've got no room right now, but will in the spring. I don't want to lose this baby! Can I repot into a larger pot, and will it be okay to put in the ground next spring? Or, would it be better to plant it in the ground, even if it's not in a prepared bed, and then move it in the spring when the bed is ready for it? Thanks!

#37617 July 2nd, 2005 at 10:54 AM
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I got a couple of Hostas last year and didn't know where I'd put them so I just dug a hole for them and planted pot and all until this year. In the spring, I replanted them into a bed.

Maybe that would work for you?

#37618 July 2nd, 2005 at 11:11 AM
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Hey Storm, thanks for answering! Your idea is great, Duh The good thing is, the pot I got has 3 in it, so I guess I can try putting 1 in the ground somewhere, leaving 1 in a pot and burying it, and (insert another idea here) laugh


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