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Re: Missing hostas

  • Subject: Re: Missing hostas
  • From: NardaA@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 23:07:23 EST

Ann, we have had this discussion before.  There are some hostas that grow 
better in the South, seems like maybe the fragrants?  I am sure that someone 
out there can remember.  

Rule out deer and voles.  

Just a couple of years ago I could not find hostas on the bench here in Cinti 
and now they seem to be the most popular of all the perennials.

Rabbits are my biggest problem, and the squirrels seem to dig them up and 
fling them out into the yard.  I am more tolerant of the squirrels than the 
rabbits.  They are doing much less damage since I have been feeding them (the 
squirrels that is).  N.

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