Hostas can make a striking addition to the shade garden, with colorful foliage and tiny lavender or white flowers. Check out our roundup of favorite cultivars, in hues of blue-green and gold, chartreuse and lime, with spiky or heart-shaped leaves, plus a few classic white and green varieties. Read more now.
Is your lawn or flower garden drenched in shade? Do you need some low height greenery to cover that bald patch created by shade trees? There’s one type of plant that is exceptional for this job. Think hosta. And no, they are not as common as you may believe. With hundreds of cultivars, they come in all sorts of colors, leaf arrangements, and colors. Research all of this and more on Gardener’s Path now.