The Q&A Archives: Winterizing Hosta - Fortunei

Question: Do you cut back hostas in the winter.

Answer: Hostas go dormant during the winter months and the foliage is generally killed back by frost. If your garden doesn't usually experience a winter frost, the foliage will still die down by mid-winter and should be cut off at soil level. New foliage will emerge in the spring.

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