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Re: Some assistance, please

Well, depending upon the size of the bed of course, you might consider
erecting an arbor of sorts utilizing either shade cloth or lattice

I've seen hosta growing in open fields with zero shade, more than once. 
While they don't look their best, they seem to survive with adequate

LOL - 


P.S. I know they only grow to a maximum 5' but they do it very rapidly -
What if you interplanted butterfly bushes amongst the hosta to at least
provide a bit of 
dappled shade for the more sensitive types?
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