In our wood garden we do have lots of different hostas along the walking trail. In July those Fragrant Hosta Flowers were showing their best. So we tried to capture some of their beauty for you to share...
This photo is from August 7.
Fragrant flowers must also mean that they are very sweet, looking at all those ants!
The first photo did not entirely reveal the wilted flowers at the bottom...
They last but one day!
Only two days later, now the top buds have opened into flowers.
This one had leaves in one color.
Just to give you an impression. You see some Liriope blooming and behind the big tree are swamp lilies. Here in front is a variegated hosta blooming.
Squatting down to the hosta's level you can now see its pretty fragrant flowers.
Most of these white fragrant hosta flowers are a bit lilac tinted...
Again, ants are on the flowers and buds so they must be sweet!
Looks great with some rain drops still on them.
Those buds definitely are a bit lilac tinted...
Such beauty for only ONE day!
This golden leaved hosta is on our patio as one of our pot plants.
In mid June it had these lilac buds.
Do you grow any fragrant hostas?