By: Richard Ford
192 pages, 250 colour photographs
Hostas originated mainly in Japan and were not introduced to Britain until the nineteenth century. They were grown and collected in Europe and America for the next two hundred years, but it was their move into containers that boosted their popularity and with their vibrant foliage made them an exuberant feature of gardens in the last twenty years. With the expert knowledge of Richard Ford, a Chelsea gold-medal winning nurseryman, this practical book looks at all aspects of their care and cultivation and will inspire everyone to make the most of hostas in their garden.
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