Hostas Divided - Dividing Plants in Fall - October 2022
And, here below is the 'after'. Divided hosta + dug out smaller one:
I put the division back in the understory garden by the fence. And the transplanted smaller one went back there, too (by the picnic table). Photos of them below. The hosta closest to the fence is from a different division, but let's count it here.
With those, the running totals are:8 new free plants
1 transplanted hosta
Next up are the hostas on the southside of the kitchen. These, too, were 'sunburned'. There are a couple of types over there. Below is a photo - the Lancifolia on the right was divided in three. And the unknown hosta in the middle was split.
Here's where the two new Lancifolias went - southside along the fence.
And, here is where the other one went - by the other two around the Oak tree.
That's 3 more.
Total (to here): 11 new free plants via division. 1 transplant.
Next up are some of the smaller Frances Williams hostas - these bareroot hostas were planted (in a couple of cases) too close together around the tree swing. I moved two of them back in the understory garden. They're small. Below are photos of both:
Next up is the Christmas Tree Hosta planted under the tree swing. Started as one, I divided into thirds. Here, below is the before division:
And... See below for the 'after' - those three in a row (second row from border):
I divided one of the Guacamole hostas that is out by the contorted Harry Lauder Walking Stick tree. (+21)
Also divided a hosta that is sitting too close to the Pagoda Dogwood tree in back. +22. Here, below is the 'before'.
I have a few more things I'm going to try to squeeze-in with divisions, but even if I don't get around to it, I'm satisfied with 22 new plants.
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