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Re: Creating SHADE

Hydrangea's limbed up and grown on standard (1 trunk) are great.

At 06:34 PM 6/2/98 EDT, you wrote:
>In a message dated 98-05-30 08:59:35 EDT, you write:
>I have been using big grasses for shade in sunny areas.  So far, so good.  I
>began by using gold/yellow hostas, and the results have been great.  Good
>growth with no burning.
>Kay Dye, Edelstein, IL Zone 5, but always pushing 6
> What kind of suggestions has anyone got for creating more shade
> areas for hostas >>
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Butch Ragland So. Indiana zone 5

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