For the best results with Hosta June ground cover, plant them in sheltered areas with partial or full shade.  As perennials they will die back every Autumn and start to grow again by late Spring. Plant them in rich organic soil with good drainage and keep the roots moist. One common difficulty in Hosta care is slugs, which leave unsightly holes in the leaves. A light scattering of sand around your plants will help keep those slugs at bay!

How to grow Hosta June

Position: Partial shade, full shade

Foliage: Perennial

Soil and site: Fertile, moisture retaining & well drained

Flowering time: July to August

Growth rate: Moderate

Ultimate height and spread:  Height to 60cm, width to 70cm (Clump forming, so spread will grow over time)

Hardiness: Hardy once established

Aftercare: Water well until established – once or twice a week rather than little and often – avoiding soil becoming waterlogged. Cut off spent flower stems to encourage new growth. Hosta’s benefit from a good feed, resulting in more lush foliage. Divide clumps in early Spring or late Autumn if they become congested (usually every 3-5 years)