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I have one that just hangs in there that's not in much sun at all.  I have another that is, in fact, from the same clump, and it's doing very well.  It's in a rock berm with roots under the rocks facing southwest.  First, it gets good though probably not much direct sun; and second, I dug a good hole out of the rock berm and amended with sand and organics.  However, the famous maple leaf decor of this plant, for which one pays a lot of money, is very faint.


Marie <hostas@gmx.at> wrote:

>Has anyone got a H. `Tattoo` thatīs actually growing well? If you have, let
>me know what it likes...Iīm going to get one shortly and I don`t want to

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