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Spring Planting: Hostas

Although Spring arrived some time ago, this weekend was the first with actual Spring-like weather, and it was glorious. We spent most of Sunday in the yard doing chores and working on the garden. I decided that my recently-arrived baby hostas would be much happier in the ground than in their cramped little pots, so with Anne’s help, I planted them in a holding area until I could decide where they will ultimately go. Two of the three varieties really were babies—the pots looked empty except for the tiniest green dot to indicate a new shoot. The third kind, Fair Maiden, were about 4 inches tall and had substantial roots poking out the bottom of the pots. All went well for my first-ever planting, and I am looking forward to the plants’ progress.

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