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Re: Sun Tolerant

Ray W wrote:
> Hi all,
> I would like to put a list together of Hosta that do well in full sun.
> Maybe Bob could put it in the library when done. In a week or so, maybe
> do the opposite--which ones cook in full sun.
> Ray W z5
> Mentor, Ohio
> Please add what you can:
> Albo Marginata
> Invincible
> plantaginea
> Regal Splendor
> Sagae
> undulata

I would add:

Great Expectations
August Moon
Blonde Elf
Feather Boa

What I consider to be "full sun" is 4+ hours a day of afternoon sun.
(Isn't that what is generally required for sun-loving plants?)
  Anyway, I have the above in that kind of exposure, and they're all
doing great.
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