I have a very large blue hosta about 8 years old. It was beautiful last year but when I cut the foliage in the fall the center had no leaves. This spring it has a huge ring of eyes but a bare center. Do I need to divide it to get rid of the center? I loved it last year so I hate to do anything to it if it isn’t necessary. Thank you!!

As hostas mature, the center tends to die off as the newer growth around the original plant takes over around it. You can divide it in half or quarters if you wish or just enjoy it as it is.   If you decide to divide it, do it soon before it leafs out so it will look nice this season.

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