Yesterday, we had a major trim-job on a huge old tree, right above my shade garden. Several previously beautiful Hostas have been severely smashed. All the limbs and debris were removed immediately, but they look horrible. Is there something I can do to help, or should I just wait and see?
You can trim off the most severely damaged hosta leaves to improve the appearance of the plants, but there's little more that you can or should do now. They may send out more growth this year, and likely will recover fully by next year.
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