My hosta bed is out of control! I offer you photographic evidence:
Giant, Low Growing, Green & Yellow
Green & Blue
Tall Green & Yellow, Giant
Many of the evergreen vinca between the hostas came from an elderly neighbor's overgrown garden. When I dug up the plants, stray plants came with them. I planted, nurtured and weeded the vinca lovingly until 2 summers ago, when joint trouble interrupted my plans. Happily, I'm back in the saddle this spring, but am paying a price for two summers of neglect. Not only are my desired plants overgrown, so are the stray species.
To my strawberry-growing friends in blogland, have you any advice? :)