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REWELA HOSTAS

rewelahostas.com from the Heart of Yorkshire

Please note all plants ordered now, will  have their leaves cut back

ABOUT US

Rewela Hostas are a specialist Hosta grower, located on the edge of the Howardian Hills an Area of Outstanding  Natural Beauty in the heart of Yorkshire "Gods own County."With 100's of different varieties to choose from, we are sure you will find the right Hosta for your garden. We love all of our Hostas and care for them all with affection.

We are sure you will enjoy and love every Hosta as much as we do.

We dispatch all our Hostas Bare root, further information can be found on our Delivery Page.

We also have a FAQ's Page that you might find useful

 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY
See more feedback on our Reviews Page

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JOHN V

I am a first time customer with Rewela Hostas & I placed an order which was dealt with immediately & despatched & received straight away. The roots/ plants were in very good condition, healthy & well packaged. I shall certainly be ordering again, well done.

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EMMA I

Hi rewela hostas. Just received my order and Wow! Perfectly packaged, gorgeous healthy looking plants. Cannot praise you enough. Thank you so much. Will definitely pass on your website details to any of my friends and family if their in need of some hostas.

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MRS P

5 Star is what I give . The plants arrived in perfect condition, good root system, would recommend Rewela for prompt & clear help with choosing my new plants. Thank you John will be back next year.

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Meet John Plant

"Yes my real name"

Rewela Hostas has given me a wonderful opportunity to share my passion for Hostas with all those "Hosta lovers" out there in the big wide world. 

I have been growing Hostas now for 15 years or more, increasing my collection on a regular basis. Whenever I see a new Hosta I like the look of, I have to have it. So much so, that we now have over 620 different varieties.

I retired as a Landscape Designer, a year or two ago, and started concentrating on my extensive Hosta collection.

We, that is Daphne and myself, now run the online Hosta Nursery. Daphne created our customer friendly website, for me to offer my passion for growing Hostas for you....gardeners and other Hostaholics. 

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A Quick Guide To Hostas

Position - Hostas are shade loving plants in general, therefore plants so need degree of shade to look their best. However, there are some varieties that can thrive in the sun 

 

Soil - Hostas will tolerate most soils providing there is an element of drainage. The quickest way to kill them is if they are too wet!

 

Pots - Any variety of Hosta will look great in a container, in particular the miniatures. 

 

Companions - Hostas look great when planted together. However, other plants make excellent companions, such as ferns, astilbes and Heucheras. 

 

Maintenance - Hostas do not need looking after very much, making them a very low maintenance element addition to your garden.

 

Spring - Around late March some of your Hostas will start appearing, first as hard pointed shoots (also known as eyes or pips). They will be in full leaf by late April. During Spring there is very little maintenance, just keep an eye on watering and enjoy your plants looking their best.

 

Summer - During the Summer, keep an eye on the sun. Where plants are looking a little scorched, move to a shady spot. Watering needs to be regular, especially during the first year of planting.

 

Autumn -  Is the one of the best times to divide or move your Hostas, should they need it. Your Hostas will start losing its leaves for the winter, and by the end of November will be completely gone. 

 

Winter - Clear away all the dead leaves from the tops of the plants. This is important as slugs and their eggs overwinter in the shelter of the dead leaves, by clearing them you should help reduce any slug issues in Spring. Top dress with a light mulch to help protect against the worst of the frost. Around February is when you should start to think about slug protection before your new shoots come up in Spring 

 

 Enjoy!

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