I have a June that the leaves on one eye all turned yellow after I watered with a drip hose a couple weeks ago. It's planted close to the foundation, so when it rains, it hardly gets any moisture unless it's blowing rain that direction.
We hadn't gotten rain since then, and the soil in the bed had cracks in it, so I did the soaker hose again yesterday. Today, June had a leaf turning yellow. I'm expecting to go out tomorrow and see another one turning yellow, like how it happened before.
I thought hostas were water lovers??? I've heard to get nice hostas you have to water, water, water. Well, for some reason, June isn't liking the water, even though the bed was dry. All the other hostas are doing fine with the water.
I'm rather concerned about this because a few years ago I had a hosta that's leaves started turning yellow, and it turned out to be that fungus they get at the soil level. I looked to see if June's stems appeared to have rot at soil level, and they looked fine.
Any thoughts on what's going on with June?