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hostas/dry shade

  • Subject: hostas/dry shade
  • From: SECK138@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2004 22:26:13 EDT

Naylor creek recommended Jason and katie.  So far it is doing  fine.  Growing 
slowly but that is OK.  I lost several hostas in that  area.  It took them 
several years but eventually they were gone.  Eye  Catcher is surviving 
relatively close by probably getting a little  moisture.  Jason and Katie is growing 
in amongst roots of tree.  

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