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Re: Dead Hostas Reworded

  • Subject: Re: Dead Hostas Reworded
  • From: ALICE ZEIGER gardenrat12831@yahoo.com
  • Date: Sat, 24 May 2003 18:16:03 -0700 (PDT)

OK Glen, I'm going to check my records to see what I
lost and when and what cause.  All I can say right now
is that most things look pretty good, but that's
because we had snow cover all winter here in upstate
NY and thus lots of moisture.  I've not had them in
pots either--just in the ground.
> > 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.  
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