Do Hostas Die Back in the Winter?


Hostas die back in the winter. To care for hostas during the winter season, mark the hostas' abode, by planting crocus bulbs in the fall around them. At the same time, while the ground is still frozen, rake off all of last season's decayed leaves.
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