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Re: Different types of June

  • Subject: Re: Different types of June
  • From: AmberWaveG@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 1 Jul 2001 21:41:17 EDT

I do not think that are any more types of June than one. It's all a matter of
location. I have several plants all from the same place planted in different
locations. In the deep shade with no direct sunlight they have much larger
leaves with a very wide dark blue green margin and a chartreuse center, lush
and great looking. In about half day shade they have a bright yellow center
with a narrow dark green margin, ok looking but not the best. In nearly full
sun they have a bleached out look in the center and a very very narrow dark
green margin and the leaves get kind of twisted, looks rather bad.

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