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      1. Are hostas an annual or a perennial?
        1. Annual
        2. Perennial
        1. Hostas are a perennial.

      2. Which of the following colors is not commonly found in hostas?
        1. White
        2. Yellow
        3. Orange
        4. Blue
        1. Orange is not a common color for hostas. The four most common colors for hostas are: green, blue, yellow and white.

      3. Hostas are native to:
        1. North America
        2. South America
        3. Europe
        4. Asia
        1. Hostas are native to Asia. Most of the species that provide modern garden plants were introduced from Japan to Europe by Philipp Franz von Siebold in the mid-19th century. Hosta plantaginea originates from China and newer species have been discovered on the Korean peninsula.

      4. True or False: Hostas love water.
        1. True
        2. False
        1. True. In their native habitat, hostas receive over 60 inches of rainfall annually! Since this is well above normal rainfall levels for most of the United States it is essential to water your hostas.

      5. The number one pest of hostas are:
        1. Slugs
        2. Fire Ants
        3. Aphids
        4. Spider Mites
        1. Hostas tend to be pest free. However, slugs do enjoy eating holes in the leaves of hostas and the slug is considered to be the number one pest of hostas.

      6. True or False: Planting a perimeter of arborvitaes will stop deer from eating your hostas.
        1. True
        2. False
        1. True. Deer love arborvitaes and are happy to forgo hostas in favor of it.

      7. Do hostas grow well in full afternoon sun?
        1. Yes
        2. No
        1. No. Hostas are shade tolerant which means that they do well in varying degrees of shade. Some hostas, such as H. plantaginea, will tolerate sunnier conditions, but for most hostas, try to avoid full afternoon sun.

      8. In which of these regions do hostas struggle to grow?
        1. Northwest
        2. Midwest
        3. Mid-Atlantic
        4. Deep South
        1. Hostas do not grow well in the Deep South (Florida and the southern parts of Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas), Southwest, and West. This does not mean they will not grow at all, it just means they will not grow as well.

      9. The best season to divide a hosta is:
        1. Winter
        2. Spring
        3. Summer
        4. Fall
        1. The best time to divide hostas is in the the early spring as soon as they start to break ground.

      10. Should you cut back the leaves of a hosta in the fall?
        1. Yes
        2. No
        1. Yes. After the leaves become discolored or killed by frost they should be cut back. This will help prevent slugs or other creatures finding a winter home.

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