Hosta ‘Fragrant Bouquet’

HOSTAS – Easy to Grow, Lots of Variety!


hosta ‘fragrant bouquet’

They come in an amazing array of colors, patterns & sizes.  This variety is not only a beautiful color and impresive size but has the addition feature of the wonderful fragrance of the flower!

I’ve been growing them for about 20 years.  When we moved out to our home in the woods, where there are huge shady areas, we have really increased the number of varieties as well as the number of plants.

What they need:

Partial (early morning or very late afternoon sun) to bright shade.  Hint:  keep the blue varieties out of direct sun, it causes the waxy coating that is the blue color to melt away.  Ours are in moist soil most of the time, not soggy, but moist.  They are very cold hardy.

Use them in pots or in the ground.  They are impressive in large clumps, borders or alone.

Pests; these can be a favorite of slugs in very damp weather,  I have also had problems with deer, elk and rabbits.   I will throw a light net over the top from time to time to discourage them.

I have enjoyed hosta’s so much that I’m considering starting a chapter of the national Hosta organization for my area.  Does anyone have any experience doing this?  I would love to get some ideas….

Add some hosta’s to your garden, Have some fun!


About ourhomeinthewoods

I am a wife, mother and nana to an amazing little girl! My husband and I have been working on a huge DIY project for since 1999 and for the foreseeable future. A great house and garden on almost 10 acres in the beautiful, scenic Snoqualmie Valley in the Pacific Northwest. We are very enthusiastic amature gardeners and do-it-yourselfers. We also try to balance great results with great economy, or in other words, we love saving money. The more we save, the more we can spend on more great plants!
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