I like the "cottage look" for landscaping my Cape Cod home. Nothing fussy, nothing too professional-posed looking, nothing overdone. Problem is - I think I've over-done it! I love hostas of all shapes and sizes. Over the years I've "collected" more than 50 varieties, but usually only one or two of the same type.
I finally put my finger on it today - what I am dissatisfied with about my landscaping. I admired several houses while driving the neighbhorhood today and realized while they might have used a lot of hostas, they used many of the same variety grouped into large runs or large areas.
I've realized mine look very mis-matched and random. Now my problem - I can't bear to just dig up these plants and throw them away! What can I do with all these hostas?
I plan to divide some of the largest and replant them in groupings to get the more unified look, but that will still leave about 30 random ones.
Any ideas on how to get rid of live plants?