One of the most impactful shade plants is the Hosta. Growing Hostas in Washington is a marvelous partnership. Western Washington, with its coastal climate, makes a perfect location for these shade lovers, but even in the hotter eastern side, you can enjoy the gorgeous foliage. You just have to make sure Hostas in the northwest are in a shady to semi-shady location in freely draining soil. The Plantain Lily, or Hosta, is one of those foliage plants that brightens dark corners and enlivens the landscape with its flower displays. Pacific Northwest Hostas are game changers for gardeners with heavy shade. They are reliable perennials that grow well in Washington; Oregon Hostas are scene stealers, as well. Hostas, Pacific Northwest Winners If you are looking for a no-nonsense shade loving plant, consider Hostas in the northwest. The plants spring from tubers that are reliably hardy in the northwest part of the […]
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