H. 'Whisky Sour' is...
so refreshing and aptly named.
That's what I thought this morning during my walk-about looking for animal-made holes near hosta roots. (Usually find at least one). I like the green buds, nodding gracefully against the chartreuse leaves. Ever since Jon's thread on flower scapes, I've become more observant of flower colour and shape. While some hostas are in a declined state, WS is still pristine...no decoloration and no slug holes. I wonder whether there is a corelation between late blooming and staying power.
Anyone care to comment?
Close-up of the scapes coming up.