Dividing hostas is easily achieved. Most home gardeners will propagate their hostas by division. Hosta division should be done when no shoots are growing from the center of the mature clump as this bare area detracts from the appearance of the plant. Dividing hostas this way will improve the plants appearance.
Lift the entire hosta clump and wash the soil from the roots to make it easier to see where to cut and divide the clump. Use a sharp knife to make the cuts for dividing the hosta. Place the divided plants in their planting holes and keep them well watered for the first two weeks. Continue reading