Plants That Compliment Hostas. Athyrium ‘godzilla’ (japanese painted fern) has exotic looking foliage that pairs very well with the strapping look of hosta plants. In the early growing season, plant hostas around spring bulbs.
Miniature bright red roses sprinkled among hostas make for a wonderfully vibrant contrast. Some spring bulbs companion for hostas are: You can grow several different perennial plants with your hostas, including astilbe, coral bells, bleeding hearts, lungwort, and japanese painted ferns.
Annual Plants Include Impatiens And Coleus.
You can grow several different perennial plants with your hostas, including astilbe, coral bells, bleeding hearts, lungwort, and japanese painted ferns. When these spring bulbs finish blooming, the leaves of your hostas will quickly cover up the fading foliage. Allium plants are great companion plants for hostas, it looks like both are the same plant.
They Pair Beautifully With Hostas And Ferns.
To stretch the season into late spring, consider adding alliums. Companions for hosta here are a few suggestions to get you started: After these bulbs have finished blooming, the hostas will quickly cover up their fading foliage.
Tulips Daffodils Alliums Hyacinths Lavender
Knowing which other plants would add to the beauty of a garden containing hostas is just the beginning.