ONE Big Positive from This Drought
I find it interesting how it has only JUST occurred to me that we are experiencing one HUGE plus this year at the 'retum. Slugs. Knocking on wood, tapping my head, there is hardly any evidence of them this year. In the past, beginning around end of June, the hostas begin to look worse and worse. This year, hardly any holes around. And we have them all over the place.
Now, I did do the 10% ammonia treatment 2 yrs ago, but not this season or last, so I don't think the reason could be anything but the drought. So now, when I walk around and see so many things browned and crisped, i walk over to a hosta swath and make sure I admire. Any of you having this experience w/ hosta this yr?