Hosta Shapes and Colors (Set 4 of 4)

Hello! Here is the fourth set of photos of hostas from my garden as they show off their early spring growth. You might think that I would have run out of hostas to photograph, but … no! … there’s another batch, the ones that waited for warmer weather, just beginning to push out new leaves. Plus, the youngsters in these pictures have grown nearly to full size (and color!) over the past couple of weeks. So … as always … more soon….

The previous sets are here:

Hosta Shapes and Colors (Set 1 of 4)

Hosta Shapes and Colors (Set 2 of 4)

Hosta Shapes and Colors (Set 3 of 4)

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Hosta Shapes and Colors (Set 3 of 4)

Hello! Here is the third set of photos of hostas from my garden and their early spring growth.

The previous sets are here:

Hosta Shapes and Colors (Set 1 of 4)

Hosta Shapes and Colors (Set 2 of 4)

Select the first image to begin a slideshow; thanks for looking!

Hosta Shapes and Colors (Set 2 of 4)

Here is the second set of photos showing reincarnated hostas making their spring debut in my garden.

The first set is here: Hosta Shapes and Colors (Set 1 of 4).

The second and last photos in this gallery are my personal favorites (I’m allowed to like my own photos, right?). Pea gravel and a faded fence can make great backgrounds!

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Hosta Shapes and Colors (Set 1 of 4)

With warmer temperatures, more sun, and periodic spring rains, all the hostas are on the move! The images below are from the first of four galleries, where I’ve tried to capture my own fascination with the color variations, shapes, lines, and textures of new hosta leaves appearing in my garden. Some of these hostas were featured as new buds here: Wordless Wednesday: Hosta Babies; and my Fire Island Hosta’s early growth is here: Fire Island Hosta: Seven Views.

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