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Re: Dead Hostas Reworded

  • Subject: Re: Dead Hostas Reworded
  • From: "Sarah Jayne" SarahJayne@attbi.com
  • Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 19:54:08 -0400

Hi Glen,

Great Expectations left me with exactly that--great (unfulfilled)
expectations and my only botanical victim of the winter.

Sarah
Goochland, Virginia, Zone 7



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Glen Williams" <gw1944@vermontel.net>
To: <hosta-open@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2003 11:55 AM
Subject: Dead Hostas Reworded


> OK:
>
>
> Clarification is a good thing. Thank you all. Here goes
>
>
> 1)What" NEW TO YOU" hostas that you planted last spring,last summer, or
> last fall, died on you this last winter. TCs or cuttings.  I am not
> referencing what Dan and Lou went through with the move to Alabama. Also
if
> is was some critter killed it please say so. Also if you know the planting
> medium you used, could you please share that too. The original question
> that  came in was looking for new plants that died the first winter. I am
> expanding it a bit to include older plants that might have been new to you
> too.
>
> 2. What hostas have you killed at least twice in your garden. This is a
> take on Tony Avent's statement about claiming no perennial as his own
until
> he had killed it at least twice himself.  Thanks  glen
>
> eppur si muove.....Galileo.
> Glen Williams
> 20 Dewey St.
> Springfield , Vermont
> 05156
> Tel: 802-885-2839
>
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