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Re: Hosta Komodo Dragon

At 03:39 PM 7/22/99 -0700, <jmccann@tez.net> wrote:
How much shade or sun, or what does Komodo Dragon "like" to grow well?  Judy

...hey Jude? ..dunno what de Dragon Komodo Lady might like to be happy & grow well, but as I understand it "ALL SHADOWING" (ornamental plants?) have a real strong passionate yen for & simply love performing i.e. showing off their beauty, etc and so forth ..in a bed called 'Morning Sun' ..say up to 11 am and then, shaded for the rest of the day?  Let them bow to the East (at sunrise?).  The above be ANTHROPOMORPHISM! ...at it's finest? <lol>

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