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Re: sun or shade tolerant hostas


At 08:31 AM 8/26/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Good morning
>	People are always asking me which hostas do well in the sun or shade.

Burn in direct sun (afternoon or more than 2 hours):

Gloriosa
Frances Williams
sieboldiana
Moonlight
Obsession

Great in sun:           In NO sun; just reflected light:

Royal Standard          Christmas Tree
plantaginea             yingeri
capitata                Summer Fragrance
fortunei Hyacinthina    tokudama Flavoplanata    
Invincible              Exotic Frances Williams
Summer Music            Wide Brim
sieboldii angustifolia  Great Expectations (also good in sun)
June                    Carnival


Sheila Smith
mikecook@pipeline.com
Niles, MI  USA, Z 5/6

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