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Re: Golds


I. T. Johnson wrote:
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> Joanne Pyszczek wrote:
> >
> > A friend was asking about gold hostas which hold their color the
> > longest. Anyone have any suggestions?
> > Joanne
> > jopyz@earthlink.net
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> Gold Scepter stays bright, as do Lemon Lime, Yellow River, and Piedmont
> Gold.  My Gold Scepter and Yellow River are in shade, Lemon Lime gets a
> little bit of mid-day sun, and Piedmont Gold gets about 4-5 hours of
> mid-day sun.  Sum and Substance looks good in four different places in
> our yard, all in shade.         Irwin Johnson
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in my atlanta garden, and only in reference to mine, golden fasciantion,
lemon drop, richland gold, gold edger, good as gold, all stay very
bright. richland gold (sport of gold standard) is the brightest.
tom
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  • References:
    • Golds
      • From: Joanne Pyszczek <jopyz@earthlink.net>
    • Re: Golds
      • From: "I. T. Johnson" <itjohnsn@execpc.com>



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