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Re: Yellow/Gold all Season


TOWNSHIP wrote:
> 
> Thanks everyone for all your suggestions...lots of plants to "check" out!
> And to Diane...thats why I asked!  My first year with "Granary Gold" and it
> prompted me to find out if any other hostas have that "bright" look and hold
> on to it!  
> 
> Barbara
> Quebec, Canada
> "township@acbm.qc.ca"
> 
My good luck with Granary Gold prompted me to get Sun Power. From what
I've sen of it, I think it might have lots of gold holding power
potential, but this is only year 2 for that plant here. :)

Diane Frederick
Cleveland, Zone 5.
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