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The Hostas Cubit contains Databases and some postings having to do with Hostas. Fully searchable databases contain information for tracking or identifying hostas, photos, links, information about hosta groups, identification, propagation, photographs. Novices and experienced hybridizers will all find something unique and interesting in our databases. Everyone interested in gardening in a shady environment or just to look at gardening pictures is welcome.
The Hostas Cubit has a databases for tracking hybridizing efforts, information on existing hostas, a collection of links and details on finding display gardens, hosta sites, upcoming events, and finding hosta sellers. Click How to Navigate Hostas Databases to see how to get around in the databases.
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Everyone interested in gardening in a shady environment or just to look at gardening pictures is welcome. Novices and hybridizers alike will find something unique and interesting in our forums.
As the Hosta Cubit grows, there are databasesfor tracking hybridizing efforts, identifying hosta (with pictures), hosta sellers & gardens, and for locating other resources.
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Are Hostas Edible? Excerpts from a Gardening Conversation|
By AlwaysWeeding on March 13, 2010
The following is an excerpt from a conversation on one of the gardening forums I frequent. I got permission from those I quoted to make an article from their humorous observations about eating hostas. The conversation was started by "Marie", who had already done some tasting of various hostas in her garden. She eventually baked a cake and decorated it very artistically with hosta and berries. Before you go off and bake that cake, enjoy the observations by experienced hosta snackers.