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Re: Still looking good ??

  • Subject: Re: Still looking good ??
  • From: "Gerry/Bob O'Neill" <eoneill@attglobal.net>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2001 08:17:36 -0400

About half od my hostas are still looking great..the other half have
yellowed and gone downhill very quickly. Aside from a few species-related
exceptions, in my garden it seems to be more related to exposure than
temps..The ones in more sun are more deteriorated.


At 09:45 AM 10/15/01 +0200, you wrote:
>Hardly any of my hostas is still looking good except a few longipes 
>relatives. Yet we did not have any frost However,   most of 
>september we had night temp around 50 F ( 10C). I think this low 
>night temp did bring them in winter mood very fast.
>I suppose those that reported many good lookers  had higher night 
>temp in september?

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