What is the "10 Foot Rule"

caliloo(z6/7)January 1, 2013

The 10 Foot Rule is a loose description for any hosta you can identify from 10 feet away. There are a lot of similar looking hostas out there and some are almost impossible to differentiate without counting the veins, knowing when the plant blooms during the season, growth habit (fast/slow), etc.

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