I'm a hard of hearing librarian who will never tell you to shhh.
Look how much the hostas have grown!
That look so pretty, I can see me walking up that garden path. Where's the patio/deck/porch? for my gin and tonic?
Hi Mog,We have a stone patio at the top of the stairs. There's also a deck surrounding a "Florida" room. (A sunroom we can use three seasons of the year.) We also have a garden swing you can see if you click on Summer Garden in my sidebar topics. You and your LM are welcome for drinks anytime.Sarah
Very nice Sarah! I love hostas... unfortnately in my part of the world, slugs and snails make them a challenge to grow (to put it mildly). I wouldn't mind further hosta updates!
Lovely flowers...so pretty and bright and big. I don't drink, but I too, will be joining Mog for a cold glass of lemonade in your Florida room!! And enjoying your pretty flowers. :-)I'm actually getting some free hosta from a co-worker of Puffy's very soon. I can't wait to plant them as a border in the backyard. I hear they do well in shade as well as sun?
Ok Ms. Toast Burner, When I view your beautiful pictures, I'll try to hold onto the thought that at least here in Illinois we have hostas! ha, small comfort.You can see a picture taken last summer of the hostas in bloom by viewing the slideshow at the bottom of this post.
Hi jelly,Actually we don't drink much alcohol and I wouldn't even know how to fix a gin and tonic. I guess it would be BYOGT and Mog could give me a lesson. Lemonade I know how to make and would be happy to serve you and Puffy.All the hostas I know about love shade. The ones bordering our walkway are in bright sun and they survive but by mid-late summer start turning yellow. Those ones also require watering. The ones planted in the shade are pretty low maintenance. Good luck with yours.
I can drive there in 8 hours I think. Will bring G and T, can you provide the ice and slice??We should all meet up one day, we really should
I have ice. Not sure what you mean by slice.
Slice of lemon,
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