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  • Hosta plant sales | Rewelahostas | England

    REWELA HOSTAS from the Heart of Yorkshire ​ Shop Now HOSTAS Shop Now GIFT CARD FOR CHRISTMAS? Buy Now PLEASE NOTE All our Hostas are now being despatched without leaves. 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. Rewela Hostas Rewela Hostas on Pinterest WHAT PEOPLE SAY STUART G Lightning quick delivery and good quality plants with excellent roots. Massive selection to choose from and a very informative website. Would definitely recommend. Thanks. GLORIA H I’m so glad I found your site whilst browsing for plants. There is so much to choose from and I have selected and received 5. The sturdy plants with good root systems arrived very quickly and in excellent condition. After an hours drink. I suspect I will be back for more to plant with my growing collection of Heuchera JEAN J This is the second order from Rewela hostas, both times the hostas have arrived extraordinarily quickly, beautifully packed, and absolutely stunning hostas. I would recommend anyone who likes hostas to look at this website. So many to choose from, I will certainly be ordering again! FOR SPECIAL REQUESTS & ORDERS First Name Last Name Email Phone Message Send Thanks for submitting! Meet John Plant "Yes my real name" ​ Rewela Hostas has given me the opportunity to share my passion with the general public especially "Hosta lovers". I am a retired Landscape Designer, and often used Hostas in many of my designs. We, that is Daphne and myself, run the venture together. We hope you enjoy looking at the website as much as we enjoy offering you these wonderful plants. For more information on how to look after your Hostas......... Take a look at our Hosta Care Guide page. ​

  • Hosta Care Guide | Rewelahostas

    Hosta Care Guide As a Yorkshire Hosta grower, we think that Hostas are one of the best foliage plants you can buy. They are very easy to grow and long-lived. There are a vast range of Hostas for sale, which vary in leaf shape, size, and colour. Choosing a Hosta is mainly a matter of personal taste. However, it’s also sensible to match the plants to the conditions in your garden. In general, most enjoy moist soil, in dappled shade. However, blue leaved Hostas flourish in light shade, while yellow leaved ones prefer some sun. Most Hostas produce clusters of flowers in shades of white, lavender and purple on tall stems between July & August. When Should I Plant? You can plant Hostas, pretty-well at any time of year, but it’s best to avoid the winter months with frost and snow. Watering Hostas in the ground will need watering during dry spells. Plants in containers need regular watering in summer as they dry out quickly. Plants that dry out will brown along the leaf margins. Remember best to water early in the morning or later in the day. This avoids damaging the leaves. How do I plant Hostas in Borders? Dig a planting hole the same depth as the root ball and twice as wide. Place in the hole before drawing back the soil and firming with your fingers Water in the plant to settle the soil and continue watering regularly, especially in dry weather, during the first summer. Mulch with well-rotted organic matter such as well-rotted garden compost or manure to conserve moisture Deadheading The flower stalks can be left in place until you tidy the plant in late autumn when the leaves naturally die back. Or they can be removed once the flowers fade this saves the plant wasting energy on producing seeds. Overwintering Hostas are fully hardy, but the leaves die back in late autumn and remain dormant until springtime. Be careful, leaves emerging in spring can get damaged by frosts. Where Should I Plant? All Hostas enjoy moist soil, in partial shade, whether in the border or a container. In general, though, yellow-leaved cultivars prefer some sun, along with a few Hostas that are tolerant of sunny conditions . Hostas like fertile soils including heavy clay, improved with garden compost or well-rotted manure. How do I plant Hostas in Containers? Your Hosta will arrive with bare roots so it is important to soak it for an hour or so, before planting. Hostas can be planted in large containers 30-45cm (1ft-18in) in diameter. check listing for plant size. Choose an appropriate size container with drainage holes. Use a peat-free multipurpose Plant the Hosta so the top of the root ball sits at the level of the compost. Water well and continue watering regularly when in leaf. Feeding In borders: Mulch of garden compost or well-rotted manure is all the feeding necessary. In containers: Liquid feed once a month during the growing period using a general-purpose liquid fertiliser Miniature Hostas Miniature Hostas need good drainage and will do best in soil improved with the addition of grit and garden compost. You can also plant Miniature Hostas successfully in containers. Problems Other than damage to the leaves from slugs and snails, Hostas tend to be trouble-free if grown in moist soil in some shade. They will not do well in a hot, sunny spot in dry soil. Brown and scorched leaves are common where soils get dry or where there is excessive sun. Remember you can replant in a shadier spot the Hosta will soon recover What our Customers say ..... Jean J This is the second order from Rewela hostas, both times the hostas have arrived extraordinarily quickly, beautifully packed, and absolutely stunning hostas. I would recommend anyone who likes hostas to look at this website. So many to choose from, I will certainly be ordering again!

  • Gift Card | Rewelahostas

    Gift Card £10 - £200 You can't go wrong with a Rewela gift card, With 100's of Hostas for sale . Choose an amount and write a personalised message to make any "Hostaholic" happy. ... Read more Amount * £10 £15 £20 £25 £30 £35 £40 £45 £50 £100 £150 £200 Quantity Buy Now

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