"Hosta la vista, baby!" These cheerful plants are a beautiful addition to any plant collection as they provide a lovely pop of lemon and lime. Hostas can be grown indoors or outdoors and are a little easier to care for when left up to mother nature but can thrive in the home too with a bit of extra care.
CARE FOR YOUR HOSTA: Watering your Hosta as soon as the soil feels slightly dry to the touch is a great gauge on how often this plant needs a drink. They like to be kept in slightly damp soil, but avoid overwatering as this can lead to rot. Avoid wetting the leaves of your Hosta, so if misting nearby plants, perhaps move this plant out of the way.
Bright, indirect sunlight is this plants fave way to get light and direct sunlight could even harm the Hosta. Place the plant outside in spring and summer months in a shaded spot, they will definitely thank you for that bit of time outdoors.
Don't be alarmed if your Hosta sheds leaves in winter, this is normal as it goes through a period of dormancy. Water the Hosta slightly less during winter and if you can, place it in a dark cool room.