There is a new book on the market. I discovered it on amazon.com this morning. There are no reviews yet.
Here are the author's notes:
"Just as exciting and interesting to me over the past few years as growing massive specimen hostas in the garden has been experimenting with using hostas in containers of all types. While this may not be the traditional way to grow and garden with hostas, growing these plants in containers and combining them with an assortment of other garden treasures opens up the world of hostas to a whole new audience of potential hosta fans. This book is not a horticulture lesson in hostas, nor is it a technical hosta growing manual. There are plenty of those on the market. My book is a gallery of gardening ideas and inspiration using my favorite plant. Enjoy the hostadance!"
Here is the information about the author offered by Amazon:
"Rob Zimmer is an award-winning nature and garden author, columnist and radio host who has written for many daily newspapers throughout Wisconsin such as the Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter, Fond du Lac Reporter, Appleton Post-Crescent, Green Bay Press-Gazette, Oshkosh Northwestern and others. His columns also appear weekly in the Wisconsin State Farmer. He is the author of the books 'Voices of the Wind: Four Seasons in Wild Wisconsin,' ‘Wild Seasons: The Beauty of Native Wildflowers,’ ‘Shadows and Light: Showcasing a Hosta Love Affair’, ‘Color By Nature,’ ‘Spring Is My Season,’ ‘Summer Is My Season,’ ‘Fall Is My Season,’ ‘Winter Is My Season,’ ‘Don’t Forget Where You Belong,’ ‘Horicon’, ‘Wild Orchid,’ ‘Snow Angel,’ ‘Open Wings,’ The Sky is My Home,’ ‘The Forest Is My Home,’ ‘The Meadow is My Home,’ ‘The Wetland Is My Home,’ ‘Niagara’ and ‘Reflecting: Nature in Black and White.' His features and photographs have also appeared in a number of magazines, including Wisconsin Gardening, Wisconsin Sportsman, Michigan Out-of-Doors, Wisconsin Natural Resources, Bird Watcher's Digest, Birders World, Wildlife Conservation, Country Journal, Silent Sports and Camping Today. Rob also hosts the radio program Outdoors with Rob Zimmer, every Friday and Saturday on WHBY radio. Find him online at www.robzimmeroutdoors.com."