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My seedling has grown up!

newhostalady Z6 ON, Canada
January 20, 2019
last modified: January 20, 2019

Well, maybe I shouldn't say it's my seedling as it was given to me as a tiny little thing. I thought it would die. No babying from me since I wouldn't have known what to do to nurture it (at that time) anyways. But it grew up!

Earliest photos I have are from 2013.



in June



and then September

So early 2018 I decided that we needed to move this hosta out of its cramped quarters. You can see how difficult that might be as there wasn't much room! I slowly began to excavate the soil. I really wanted to let this hosta stretch out and grow to its potential.




To be continued!

Comments (11)

  • newhostalady Z6 ON, Canada

    Success!

    May 31:

    In July it is sporting:

    So we will see what next year brings.

    To be continued.

  • newhostalady Z6 ON, Canada thanked nicholsworth Z6 Indianapolis
  • sandyslopes z5b n. UT

    Good save on a seedling that could have gotten tossed. I like the size and the coloring of it. And the sport is intriguing, too. Also, nice placement in your garden. It is pretty enough to deserve to be more than a meter blocker. :-)

    newhostalady Z6 ON, Canada thanked sandyslopes z5b n. UT
  • M MW

    Wow that is beautiful!!!

    newhostalady Z6 ON, Canada thanked M MW
  • ConnieMay

    Fantastic! It was awesome without the sport...but now so much better!

    newhostalady Z6 ON, Canada thanked ConnieMay
  • newhostalady Z6 ON, Canada

    It will be interesting to see what happens with the sport. It was one eye this year. Can't imagine separating it as the hosta is quite big now. But who knows if it will be there next year! Thanks everyone!

  • ConnieMay

    It would be a shame not to separate it...

    newhostalady Z6 ON, Canada thanked ConnieMay
  • newhostalady Z6 ON, Canada

    Well, I'll see how the sport looks this year. I'll check the location of the eye in relation to the whole plant. If the sport looks promising, I'll post again to see what others think. I'll need to take more pictures!

  • windymess z6a KC, Ks

    It's beautiful! I like both the solid plant and the sport!

    Please do keep us posted...

    newhostalady Z6 ON, Canada thanked windymess z6a KC, Ks
  • Beth (5b - Mid-Michigan)

    Very interesting, thank you for the time lapse on your seedling. I will be interested to hear future updates on your sport.

    newhostalady Z6 ON, Canada thanked Beth (5b - Mid-Michigan)

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