Hosta flowering - shall I or shan't I?
I usually remove flowering stalks from my hostas so that they build up strong crowns - I grow hostas for their architectural leaves, not the flowers.
But, one of my Blue Angels is throwing up a really fat looking flower spike - shall I be strong and remove it, or shall I let curiosity win and let it flower?
Of course, as we're leaving to go on holiday on Friday, we might miss the flower anyway.
What would you do?