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Re: Golden Scepter

At 05:15 PM 6/15/98 -0400, Garden Nut wrote:
>I am noticing that the color on my Golden Sceptor is fading to a
>pale cream color instead of staying gold.  Does this indicate it
>needs more shade?  It is growing on the front edge and gets
>limited western sun.

I have GS in full sun and it turns nearly white by mid June. The clumps I
have planted out of direct sun and facing east remain gold all summer, at
least the parts of the leaves that the slugs leave.

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