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Re: Why Grow Other's Seeds? / Junk Hostas

  • Subject: Re: Why Grow Other's Seeds? / Junk Hostas
  • From: Kris Groberg kgroberg@fargocity.com
  • Date: Sun, 05 Jan 2003 21:46:09 -0500

Sandra Fain wrote:

> Kris,  maybe Brim Cup is one of those that responds to different climates.
> Mine is lovely.  Sandra  zone 4

I suspect you are right. I am zone 2-3. I move the hostas around like
furniture in a very large chunk of land, from sun to shade to trees to no
trees. All my miniatures are just always going bananas, but the big guys just
struggle. I sometimes think the soil is too rich. Also we have extremes of
heat and cold, even in summer. I don't really kow why I live here. ;-)

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