Dog went on a rampage
I got a new dog a couple of months ago. She's a wild child to say the least. She was a rescue and was supposed to be a shepherd mix. She's a hound. It's obvious why she was at the SPCA.
Anyway, a week ago, Sunday, she went on a new rampage. She took hosta out of the pots and shook them, chewed them and generally destroyed them.
Some I just threw away, like X-Rated and Radiant Edger. Others, like Lakeside Paisley Print probably should have been put out of it's misery. It's hard to throw away a $22.00 tissue culture, even if I can't see any dormant buds.
The question is what can I expect of the ones that survive? Can I do anything to help them? On average, I have about 6 weeks to the first killing frost. Most of our cold is after Christmas, usually.
Queen of the Sea is new this year. It's putting out buds.
This could be Paul's Glory. It's new this year. It has two fat buds
This is Dream Queen or Minute Man. Both new this year. I didn't see any dormant buds
I have quite a few pieces of Blue Mouse Ears and Blue Cadet, but can't tell which is which.
Any good advice (and killing the dog won't help)