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Re: Top 10 hostas

  • Subject: Re: Top 10 hostas
  • From: Linda <falkora@smig.net>
  • Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2001 22:25:05 -0500

Diann, how long have you had them?  I wonder if Sagae isn't one that 
takes a lot of "waiting"?  I just have one...first year to emerge was 
1996, the year it slept!  1997, it crept.  1998, it crept.  1999 it 
started to look special.  2000 I knew it was the hosta the experts 
admired so much.  And this year it is absolutely gorgeous!

>My Sagae are growing like turtles. Any ideas?
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