Delayed Hosta Spring Frost Damage Showing Up In The Fall - 2020

 Most of our hostas in the backyard are now looking like this one you see below.  It has a blend of seasonal decline (the yellowing) and what I'm pretty sure is frost damage from very early this Spring.   We had a late frost - after these. had emerged and while they didn't show this much damage all year long, based on watching Monty Don's Instagram handle, he mentioned 'frost damage' on his hostas.  Here, below, is one of our hostas underneath the hornbeams in our backyard:

And here, below, is Monty Don's post on Instagram talking about frost damage on his hostas:

Seems like the same situation, right?  He's calling it a 'delayed effect'.


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