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Re: Shade and Hostas

Hi Mark:
    How about sending some cool breezes to us in Vt. I think that the spot
you are talking about would be great for most of Smith's Tardianas. You
could put in his opus and spend the next 5 years memorizing the different
characteristics of his blues.I have been tryingto do this now for about 7
years.  I do think that established plants might do well there and it would
be a good place to appreciate those frosty blue leaves and elegant habits.
  Glen W.

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