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Re: Shade and Hostas

In a message dated 7/13/1998 11:57:20 AM Central Daylight Time,
mds4snow@worldnet.att.net writes:

<< Does anyone know which particular hasta
 cultivars might do well in this situation? >>
I recommend the derivatives of H. montana for the situation you describe. For
a variegated, try Midwest Magic. For nice leaf contrast, try the kikutiis,
including the (misnamed) K. 'Kifukurin', which is NOT a kikutii at all. For a
yellow, Piedmont Gold. 
Also, for blues, any of the Tardianas will do nicely.
Clyde Crockett z5
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