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That s a big one this Hosta.
Thanks Pat, Li and Sirenita.
No tri-colored aggie, but I love this kind of blue!!
It's a beauty, Aggie. I like the blue-green leaves. And it's blooming already.
Beautiful !!!!!! thanks aggie
Thanks Toto and warbler.
Yes..Yes...Yes...but starting to flower. Mine aren't flowering yet.
Impressive big blue!
Thanks Mimi, nice to see you as always.
Great big beautiful plant! I love it!
Thanks Suzy, chickie, roseheather and lyndee. It's going to be a big job thinning this one out. Lyndee, you have clay so that it would make it much more difficult. I did have a shade tree in this area but it fell during a windstorm but the hostas seem to be doing alright. Last year, there were rabbits that were eating these.
Is a beaut aggie!
I always have wanted some hosta's but have been too lazy to get any planted. Maybe this fall....
I don't have any blue ones. What I do have gets too big too fast. Seems like I'm always having to thin them out......which I don't enjoy as we have clay and it's hard to dig them up. I like this blue one though.
Beautiful. These with the blue green leaves do make big plants.I am sure that the deer that ate ours must have had a tummy ache when finished! ; ) Actually I think it was grazed off as it was first coming up, but for many years ours was like this.
That's a beauty aggie!
That's one broad hosta!