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Re: Tallest varieties of hostas

At 07:55 PM 7/16/99 EDT, you wrote:
><< Please advise me which hostas grow the tallest and fullest. >>
> nigrescens  'Elatior'
> montana spp.
>Birchwood Elegance
>Golden Sculpture
>Puckered Giant
>sieboldiana spp.
>Golden Torch
>Regal Splendor
>Yellow River
>These are some, for a start.
>Clyde Crockett z5

1) Is Golden Sculpture a slow grower?

2) I keep hearing people say that this or that hosta can "tolerate" more
sun. Which ones *require* more sun? And how much is 'more?'

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