Costco Costco.ca: Shady Spaces Hosta Garden Bundle $27.99 (regularly $38.99) Get a Shady Spaces Hosta Garden Bundle for $28!

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Get your garden ready for spring and give it an impressive makeover with this offer from Costco.ca, as you can get a Shady Spaces Hosta Garden Bundle for $27.99 (regularly $38.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $11.00!

This bundle includes a total of 15 roots from seven different Hosta varieties, including:

  • Albo Marginata
  • Aureo Marginata
  • Blue Angel
  • Fragrant Dream
  • Krasse Regal
  • Maple Leaf
  • Wide Brim

The bundle is an excellent value for any garden, as you pay less than $2.00 per plant and the plants are relatively low-maintenance. Plus, Hostas are perennials, which means they'll re-grow annually and make an easy way to add some greenery to your yard.

This offer is available until April 30 -- note that this product will ship after April 25 and arrive within 7-10 days of shipment. A Costco membership is not required to shop online and shipping fees are included in the list price.

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    • Thx. Been waiting for a deal like this.
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    • I haven't ordered these, but all other plants/flowers I have ordered through Costco have been phenomenal. Great quality.

      Im a year away from re doing all my gardens at the new house or I would get these.

      But remember to add more flowers.. help keep the bees alive!
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    • Thanks I was hoping to start a costa garden this year in one of my gardens
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    • I wonder if the Burlington store would have them.
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    • Anyone ever get the effortless perennials? Any good?
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    • bostonontario wrote:
      Apr 17th, 2017 7:40 am
      I wonder if the Burlington store would have them.
      I've never seen plants in store. They are usually online order only.
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    • uklamen wrote:
      Apr 17th, 2017 8:18 am
      I've never seen plants in store. They are usually online order only.
      I've never seen these in store, only online.
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    • Thanks OP. Wife and I were just discussing what to plant in a newly cleared shady area. Would never have thought to check Costco...
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    • our Costco has a pretty good garden centre in the spring, not sure if its open yet though. Thanks for the post!
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    • Thank you and Thanked. Ordered
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    • Thank you and Thanked. Ordered
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    • tomadams wrote:
      Apr 17th, 2017 7:21 am
      Thanks I was hoping to start a costa garden this year in one of my gardens
      Are you starting a "costa garden" or a "Costco garden"?
      Maybe you should start a Hostco costa garden instead...😃
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    • I bought them 2 years back and they are really good.
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    • After a few years when they get too big you can divide them and plant in other areas, give to neighbors etc.
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    • Great deal, was about to buy but found out these are toxic to dogs and cats
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    • suaetes wrote:
      Apr 17th, 2017 11:39 am
      Great deal, was about to buy but found out these are toxic to dogs and cats
      Good tip. Have to cancel my order now. Wish it would mention that in op or product description.
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    • You know what, you just helped me decide what to do with that area of my backyard. Hostas already grow great there, and while I could split them and do more, I like this variety and such a good price. I'll spread them out and then when costco mulch starts selling, fill in the spaces.

      Thanks for posting, OP.
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    • jasonandannmarie wrote:
      Apr 17th, 2017 4:03 am
      Purchased these two years ago, they come back year after year even more hardy, MUCH cheaper than buying individual ones at a garden/renovation store. Highly recommended for quality and price.
      Please update op with "POISONOUS FOR ANIMALS, CATS, DOGS, ETC.". Would save the hassle for many of us cancelling the orders.

      http://berganpet.com/2014/04/01/top-5-t ... ng-season/
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    • can OP change the title to say they are also poisonous to humans if eaten... geez.
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    • Andro wrote:
      Apr 17th, 2017 12:42 pm
      Please update op with "POISONOUS FOR ANIMALS, CATS, DOGS, ETC.". Would save the hassle for many of us cancelling the orders.

      http://berganpet.com/2014/04/01/top-5-t ... ng-season/
      I love my dog but you people need to calm down - there are dozens of plants that are on the "toxic" list for pets. I haven't heard much about pets getting ill from eating plants probably because pets don't go and eat them unless you force it down their throats.

      If you cancel your order for hostas you better also rip out any of the following from your gardens as they're also on the list:
      -aloe vera
      -amarylis
      -Azalea/Rhodedendron
      -baby's breath
      -begonia
      -carnations
      -Chrysanthemum
      -dafodil
      -Gladiola
      -Ivy
      -lilies
      -milkweed
      -morning glory
      -Poinsettia
      -Pothos
      -sago palm
      -tomato plants
      -tulip
      -yew
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