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Cajun Joe,

One thing concerns me- you live in New Orleans. It stays warm there all season.
Hosta need a dormancy period of 6 weeks below 40 degrees. I would not go into
hosta head first. Try one or two. See how they grow for a year. Then add

As for where to buy Mail Order - http://www.plantdel.com   would be one of many
you will here of on this list

Ray Wiegand z5
Mentor, Ohio

Joseph Brouillette wrote:

> This request is not directed exclusively to Clyde - any member may reply - I
> need all the help I can get, so other members feel free to join in on this
> conversation.
> -----------
> Hello Clyde and other members =
> I noticed your list of tallest hostas below. I am new to hoatas also, and am
> trying to choose some vigarious tall common varieties of hostas of different
> colors & textures, to plant in a shade garden - some that I wouldn't have to
> pay a premium price for, or spend much time babying.
> Also, can you or someone else please suggest a place on the Web where I can
> find discriptions, and perhaps pictures of the hostas you suggest.
> May I also please ask = what would be the best place to purchase hostas by
> mail, and if you can - the Web address - if the company has one. I live in
> the New Orleans area.
> Thank you so much Clyde and fellow members - Cajun Joe
> -----------
> nigrescens  'Elatior'
>  montana spp.
> Birchwood Elegance
> Golden Sculpture
> Puckered Giant
> sieboldiana spp.
> Sagae
> Golden Torch
> Regal Splendor
> Yellow River
> These are some, for a start.
> Clyde Crockett z5
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