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Re: Hosta Sun Garden

Hi Sue, 
I have experimented with 'sun' hosta here in southern Michigan, where I'll 
admit, we get a lot of cloudy days.
My sun hosta seem to need a moist environment to do do well -- well drained 
but with sufficient moisture. I've planted them in a rich soil laced with 
saver' crystals. (Hydrophilic Polymer) and all is well 
so far. We have had a cooler, wetter summer than usual. Gail

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