My garden this morning
I've been leaving the scapes on my hostas over winter, so as not to spread any diseases by cutting them. As a result I have hundreds of open pollinated seedlings growing everywhere. Most are green, yellow or blue.
Since most of my hostas are in beds under trees, I have a lot of spaces between my hostas because the trees' roots make it difficult to dig adequate holes for nursery grown hostas.
I decided to use my OP hostas, which germinated in the ground without any help from me (they have to be tough), as fillers in the empty spaces. As the named varieties grow I can eliminate those OP seedlings that don't show promise.
If you look closely there's a little blue seedling to the left of June Spirit ... tenacious little thing which was hanging on to the ground by the end of just one root. I top dressed with a bit of compost and it seems to be doing fine.