Here's my new hosta,Old Glory,planted in the garden. It seems to like it there. Phil
Phil that is one choice looking Hosta in pristine condition. I'm assuming you found that at a local nursery?
Wow, that's a nice specimen of a really interesting hosta. Good Choice! (I'm so jealous of people who can buy pretty hosta locally.)
A real looker!
Yeah,it came from a nursery just north of where I live. I've found many nice plants there over the years. They didn't have the Empress Wu that I got recently,but he always has some nice hostas. Most of the ones I saw recently were ones I already have,but I always like his plants. Phil
Looking very happy in this heat!
Bkay- In a way that is good (not finding cool looking hostas locally). You (and I) would be filling our cars with them. I get most of mine bare root and w/o and leaves, just little white eyes in March. Then I say...why did I get this one? Most of the time I have a good answer, but not always.Just think if you lived near Chris Wilson at Hallson Gardens. Argggggggggggggggh.
Beautiful! Now I want one too
Phil - Have you visited Rux Gardens this year? Your H. Old Glory is gorgeous.
Yeah,I have,Plantbug. Where do you think I got Old Glory? Greg said this plant never sold well,and the one I have was really root-bound! I also got Lakeside Lagoon, Spring Fling, and a Japanese Painted fern. Greg said Bob Solberg will be back next July,but not this year,since he moved his nursery to Franklinton. Thanks for the comments! Phil
Don't you just love the fern mixed in with the hosta! I got my Japanese painted fern and it has doubled in this past month
Opps! I sent the wrong fern. This is my painted . I have another but have to bring it in. It is a bird nest fernand it too has gone crazy outside