Hostas

The hostas in my yard are huge. They start in the spring as tiny stumps in the ground, but they quickly bloom into large, leafy plants in several shades of green, measuring close to 2 feet in diameter. They don’t give noticeable flowers, although they are there; all plants flower at some time. Birds like robins & starlings like hanging out in their shade, too, searching for bits of food around them.

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4 thoughts on “Hostas

  1. I’m going to have to wait for my little Hostas to grow up. I planted the corms or bulbs from bare root this last April and have small plants. Next year’s plants will grow much larger. Nice post today.

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