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Re: Your comments please

  • Subject: Re: Your comments please
  • From: RBRSSR@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2001 19:30:40 EST

Reggie, My favorite large blue is Blue Mammoth. I like the lighter color of blue that this plant possesses. I also like Fragrant Blue (I guess this is a medium) not only for its light blue color, but because it lasts all season long in my garden. Of course it is tough to beat Halcyon if you make comparisons all season, including very late, but Hadspen Blue is fantastic in the spring (both mediums). As far as smalls, I could only guess, as all mine are relatively young. I try to protect my blue hostas from the sun, trying to keep the blue color as long as possible.
Ray Rodgers, Bartonville, IL, CIHS, Zone 5

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