How to Successfully Divide & Transplant Hostas in Your Yard
Hostas are an easy way to fill a void in your landscaping. And you don’t have to spend a ton of money at the nursery buying new Hostas if you know someone who already has them in their yard. Hostas are simple to work with, and easy to divide and transplant.
They are hardy and forgiving as well, which makes them easy to divide and transplant. Once they establish themselves, they will bring beauty to their space for many years to come.
For best results, you will want to transplant Hostas in the early Fall or early Spring. They can be transplanted during the summer, too, but they need lots of extra tender loving care if you choose the heat of summer.
Steps to Divide and Transplant Hostas
Dig up the entire root ball – Make sure when you start digging, you dig far enough out so as not to disturb or hurt the root ball. Dig out the entire root system.
Shake or wash the excess soil off the roots – This will give the plants a fresh start when replanting them in their new home. You can also separate them easier this way.
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