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Re: October Hostas

At 01:10 AM 10/7/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Good topic Clyde, and always of intrest to me.
>Big Daddy
>Saybrook Surprise

Interesting. I consider Halcyon to be my "plastic hosta," since it seems to
look perfect from the time it fully leafs out until it goes back to bed
(overnight, it seems) in early November..No spots, no slug damage, still
with that blue cast..

Sea Thunder looks surprizingly good, considering it has only second flush
leaves on it (the first flush having browned and died off in the drought
and heat of late summer). And S&S (the shade-grown one) looks great. The
one that grows in full afternoon sun looks terrible, but admittedly is
larger than the shady one.

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