I live in St. George, Utah. We have hot summers, with lots of days above 100, and sometimes reaching 115. Have had good luck growing peas, planting early, but corn produces not much, just a plant. Was wondering if Raspberries would work in this type of climate and also what other vegetables and fruits would work in this climate. It does get below freezing in the winter.
Thanks, Marty Grossman
Hostas don't usually need to be separated for the sake of their health, but they do take very well to division. This article should tell you everything you need to know about it: