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hostas that change colors

  • Subject: hostas that change colors
  • From: seck138@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2005 18:04:15 -0400

Why do some hostas come in light in the spring and then get considerably darker later on like Julia Morse
and Collectors Banner.  Other hostas come in dark and then go lighter.  Hostas that go lighter you understand.  Thinking the sun makes them lighter.   These hostas can be in the same area.  What causes this?   Thanks Chris from Braintree

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