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Re: Beauty Curve in Hostas

LakesideRM@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 7/6/99 2:28:24 PM GMT Daylight Time, jopyz@earthlink.net
> writes:
> << In answer to Ran's questions I don't care for plants that tend to be
>  stoloniferous or spread a great deal.  >>
> I agree a stoloniferous hosta is not my first or even second choice.
> Mary
One of the more notable Rizomatis Hostas id the soecies clausa.  Whe
osed in the semi shad or among other plants , it chan catually become a
pest.  I have placed mine in strong mid day light, and it not only
"stays put" it blooms beautifully.  It " needs" a little wxtre care in
watering there.
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