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Re: Leaves of Sun Power

At 12:14 AM 8/11/98 -0400, you wrote:
>         I've not seen a yellow-leaf cultivar yet, that does not burn up in
>direct July & August afternoon-sunshine --- has anyone?
>         I don't know what part of this continent you are at, but I would
>advise you to move it (in August-end or September?) into a spot which does
>not get too much direct sunshine say after 10/11 am.
Has anyone ever confronted the following dilemma?

Gold leafed varieties can tolerate more sun than can the darker green or
blue ones. But when using hostas in the landscape, it's in the shadier
areas that you most need the gold leaves..and the areas that get more light
where dark green/blue would be most useful.



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