Delicate hosta blooms.
I know that hosta is primarily grown for it’s gorgeous leaves. Their leaves come in almost every imaginable shade of green and variegated or not. Those with bright green leaves can brighten up a shady spot. They also spread rapidly and love being divided. Before too long your single hosta plant has little babies all over the yard. They have a lot going for them, but one of the things that I think they don’t get enough recognition for is their flowers. Around mid summer, tall spires of delicate white to purple-white flowers pop up from each plant. They eventually get a little top heavy and are soon nodding their heads over all of our garden paths. I love their delicate beauty.
This week I am linking up to: Maple Hill Hop @ Maple Hill 101 Tuesday Garden Party @ An Oregon Cottage Cottage Garden Party @ Fishtail Cottage (Thursday)Flora Friday @ Floral Friday Fotos (Friday) Flowers From Today @ Today’s Flowers (Saturday)
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