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Re: hosta problem

voles.!...would be my guess, but only a guess. Are they chewed up like from an insect or something?

I would dig one of them up and see what is happening underground... but
then I am not known for doing the proper way- I tend to get right to the
heart of the matter.


----- Original Message -----
From: Kitty
Sent: 7/28/2004 11:42:44 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: [CHAT] hosta problem

> I put in a Hosta bed under a Norway Maple in 1995 and all have done quite

> well over the years.  However, I just noticed that 'Candy Hearts' and

> 'Golden Tiara' are looking [I]thin[/I].  Closer inspection shows a lot of

> dead leaves below - dead leaves of this season's growth.  The others, too

> many to mention, all seem fine.  What would cause this?  Should I lift these

> two?


> Kitty


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