We have more Hostas in our garden than any other single type of plant. We had 2 or 300 at our former house, but we only brought a few here. Still, we've got 30 or 40, so they're interesting to watch when they start blooming.
Even though they were only planted last spring, well spread out, some of them will already need to be moved next year.
I like the purple/mauve ones, and particularly like to take close-ups, so here are three pair of shots. These are all smaller varieties, at least by the size of the leaves.
Two Hostas in the back yard seemed to bloom in a different way. Compare it to the above ones which all tend to have blooms emerging out of one side of the stalk, well above the leaves. These ones have leaves on the high flower stalk, and blooms emerging from, the axil of the leaf. Have never noticed that before, even though we've been growing Hosta for 20 yeara.
This is the flower stalk of those two once it fully flowered.