Saturday, March 31, 2007

What is so rare. . .

. . .as a hosta in springtime that the slugs have not yet discovered? I'm not sure I've ever seen a hosta in my garden that was as un-chomped as this one.


hosta venusta

FYI, most of my hostas are still just tips barely poking out of the soil. This one grows under an overhang on the south side of the house, where the soil warms up particularly early.

3 Comments:

Blogger InlandEmpireGirl said...

I am blessed not to have slugs in my garden... I guess they don't like sand! I am going to look into the Sunday Garden blog. It sounds fun.

04 April, 2007 22:37  
Anonymous Allotment Lady said...

I looked at my hosta today - and just tips - I love this time of year

07 April, 2007 09:49  
Blogger Carol said...

Sounds like I picked a nice hosta that I'll be able to share with others and spread a bit later. A good investment for $4!

22 June, 2007 10:58  

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