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Re: Rhododrendron and Hostas as Companions

Daniel Nelson wrote:
> Alex Summers is seeking some input on hostas that seem to prefer acid soil

> Input is welcome from gardeners with practical gardening experiences and
> from scientist with purely scientific viewpoints. Or someone with both.
> Dan Nelson
> Bridgeville DE
> zone 7(rain, wind and very low wind-chill, but no snow. We're envious.
> sussextreeinc@ce.net
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
>In our area (along Lake Erie)  with a PH average of about 6.2  we grow many Rhododendrons and Hosta togather.  We plant them randomly, (except in areas that tend to hold excessive moisture)  and both do well 
Ran Lydell
Eagle Bay Hosta Gardens  ( where our new Catalog will be ready in about
two weeks)
Dunkirk,  NY  14048
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