It just hit me this week as I was walking through the garden, and I can't believe that I did not notice it sooner. Very few of my hostas have seed pods this year. I know it's not a lack of bees; I have bees a plenty in my garden. I'm guessing the lack of rain and the extremely hot temperatures are to blame. Hostas that bloom very early like Elegans and Borsch #1 have seed pods but those mid-summer bloomers just have dried up scapes. Hosta 'Dragon Lady' is one that usually a prolific seeder, and look at it this year....so sad with it's dried up scapes.
I also have noticed that I only have one daylily with seedpods, and I even went out and tried to hand pollinate them myself.