OK Let's try something different: Switching out
OK. I've been reading extensively on hostas in deep shade(and I know about hostas--been growing them for 30 years and have hundreds of them-maybe 50 different varieties) .
Apparently (and plz correct me if I'm wrong) many hostas need a few hours of sunlight per day. I've got a patch with NO sunlight (and double canopy). I would like to put TWO
gold hostas in containers at the top of a woodland stairway in this condition.
Do you think it would work to have 4 (FOUR) yellow hostas like dancing queen or sun power--and
switch their pots out every two weeks--TWO in (4 hours of
sunlight per day) and TWO in no sunlight, but dappled shade each day and see if they'd keep a nice appearance about them?
Anybody ever tried doing anything like this?????
I'd appreciate ANY help here.