Some will cringe
I was in Lowe's the other day and saw some Sagae and Earth Angels for sale. I thought what the heck, I'll get a couple of Sagae. When I took them to the register they rang up at $1.99 @. I left them there and went back and got another and an Earth Angel, I went back the next day and got some more and then a third day. They were from Berry Family Farms, Sims NC; which I looked up and all I know is they are huge. Maybe someone has some information on them. All the plants there looked fine.
One Earth Angel on a hillside I'm not very proud of.
Two Sagae flanking the steps down to the shed...
...eventually down to the ravine where two Earth Angels were added to a virgin area up top. Kind of messy as of yet.
One EA added up top where this one was struggling desperately.....
....and another at the bottom. They say repetition is good garden design....we'll see.
Three more Sagae placed in another gully, expanding the plantings a bit further.
Three more Sagae adding a little interest to the entrance from the other side. Ringing a knoll where my weeping Japanese Maple and some Japanese Painted fern reside as well as some NOIDS on top.
...and it seems the raging waters of the ravine have split and formed a small island which seemed an ideal place to plant another Sagae.
...and near where we started, with 4 Sagae lined up in front of 3 (so far insignificant) Liberty as an eventual edging and focal point on Mt. Jon.
I count 5 Earth Angels and 13 Sagae. 18 hosta @ $2 ea is a $36 investment which should fill in a good sized chunk of real estate.
I just can't seem to pass up a bargain.