That is actually three plants so it isn't as impressive when you know that! But they are large plants as are the three Hostas. I should probably separate the Hostas but they are so big I get intimidated every time I go out to do it . I wouldn't even know where to start.
Name: Susan Virginia (Zone 8a) God is the only thing that matters.
Thanks Susie, actually I am more impressed. Putting three together was a great idea! Don't worry about the hostas right now but when they are dormant you can slice into them with a spade and just dig up half and drop the other half somewhere else. I have always done mine when they are dormant, sometimes I dig up the whole thing and slice it four ways (like a cabbage) they come right back up in spring and do not even know that you mutilated them.
Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: And yet I say unto you, That even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Mat.6:28-29
I originally had one more there and I did that about 5 years ago. It made about 20 large plants that I sold most of at a plant sale and still had a couple left for me that I put in another spot. It just about did me in!! I did take a piece out of the outside of a couple of them this spring for my daughter and maybe next spring I'll work up enough energy to tackle it.