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Bold-leaved hosta plants / RHS Gardening

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Hostas are excellent foliage plants combining well with other shade-loving plants such as ferns and hellebores and make good ground cover before dying back in late autumn
Hosta (Plaintain lily) / RHS Gardening

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Among the best of all foliage plants (summer flowers are a bonus), hostas vary from large plants to more diminutive types that are suitable for rock gardens
Read plantsman Graham Rice's top 10 trailing plants / RHS Gardening

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Choose from these 10 Award of Garden Merit plants chosen by plantsman Graham Rice...Its bright foliage is at its most buttery yellow in spring, the shoots are lined with shining yellow flowers in summer, and it forms a colourful mat around bolder plants like hostas
Expert advice & tips on garden & indoor plants by Graham Rice / RHS Gardening

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We might think of hostas as quintessential foliage plants, but some are well worth growing for their flowers too, says plantsman Graham Rice
10 AGM-winning groundcover plants with beautiful leaves / RHS Gardening

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These plants will have a lot more details displayed including an image...not only is bare soil unappealing, but foliage and flowers can make a harmonious background to our other plants and work with them to enhance the overall value of our plantings
Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016: Plants for small gardens / RHS Gardening

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Keep track of your plants with reminders & care tips ? all to help you grow successfully...The white stripes of Hosta ?Patriot? and silver blades of Astelia chathamica lift the surrounding green planting and add contrasting leaf shapes and textures

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