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A Late-Blooming Hosta

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Most of the hostas have finished their blooming and are well into filling out their seed pods with plump futures. This variety, deliciously named ‘Guacamole,’ is a later-blooming variety, coming at a time of the year when most flowers are running out of steam. It’s a welcome sight, adding a bit of refreshment to a fatigued garden. Located in a quieter portion of the side yard, it inspires contemplation and reflection. It’s beneath the umbrage of a seven-sons-flower tree, which is fully in bud and about to intoxicate the bees with its own fragrance. Taken together, they are a reinvigorating reminder that the summer has not yet begun to leave.

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