better with age
i love the way hosts leaves turn yellow in fall and then the color seems to just drain right out of them. leaving behind colorless tissue paper leaves. we have a lot of hosta in minnesota. they do well here. so right now, all the boulevards and sidewalks appear to be lined in gold. i have been doing STILL long enough to know that if i leave these leaves on the floor in the corner of the kitchen where i photographed them, they may very well be even more interesting in a week once they dry and curl a bit. don’t be surprised if these fall stars play a repeat engagement soon. stand by.
late october hosta leaves