A host of fine hostas
Hostas may not dazzle visitors to your garden, but they will keep weeds at bay and give you plenty of satisfaction, writes Ros Drinkwater
In a garden, the price of beauty ranges from aches and pains to broken fingernails, so it makes sense to have as many maintenance-free spots as possible. The concept of colonising has a nasty ring to it, but it’s the best plan of action in the war against weeds. Colonise a border with plants grown close together, and weeds won’t get a look in.
An excel lent plant for ground cover...
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