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Re: Q&A for THJ

  • Subject: Re: Q&A for THJ
  • From: Alttara Scheer alttara@earthlink.net
  • Date: Thu, 2 Jan 2003 15:30:35 -0500

I haven't got time to go down your whole list, but I can say that Venetian Blue out-did even Torchlight this year, despite heat and drought, and looked good into November here in my zone 6 NY garden.


On Thursday, January 2, 2003, at 03:23 PM, Rick Goodenough wrote:

 Hi Glen,

Here are a couple of questions for the Hosta Journal that I would have
appreciated way back when I got into hostas.

 1.   I would like to see great pictures and brief descriptions of the
20 most popular hostas of that year.

 2.   I would like to have seen great photos and brief descriptions of
the 20 est hostas to include (a little license with grammar rules
here!):

 largest

smallest

bluest

blackest

whitest

yellowest

redest

streakiest

best speckled

best flower

best roundest

waviest

pebbliest

bizarrest form

best in sun

best in deep shade

best with tree roots

best with soggy ground

best with slugs

best fragrance

best season ender (nicest in October)  I am running out of ests, but
there are probably good ones I left off!

 Rick

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