|I am looking for Hosta seeds! Is there such an item on|
the market at this time?
|Hosta plants do, indeed, produce viable seeds. They're a specialty, though and difficult to find. You might want to purchase a plant at your local nursery and collect your own seeds from the pinkish-white flowers that form in late summer. |
You can sow the seeds indoors in moistened germinating medium. Barely cover the seeds, gently firming the soil around them to ensure good soil-to-seed contact. Place the flat in a warm place (like the top of your refrigerator), since the soil needs to be 70F for the seeds to germinate. They should sprout up in 15-20 days. Alternately, sow the seeds in moist, shady garden bed after all danger of frost has passed. Enjoy!