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Re: Sun Tolerant


I would agree. Also any hosta would do well in the sun (probably) if
provided enough moisture. What I'm trying to compile is plants that hold
up well with lots of sun without excessive TLC


Dan Nelson wrote:

> I would argue that these hostas and the ones on your list still look better
> with some break in the full day sun. Hostas in more sun grow faster even
> though the leaves get bad looking. With shade leaves look better but the
> overall growth rate is slower.
> Dan Nelson

> Please add what you can:
> Albo Marginata
> Invincible
> plantaginea--including
> Regal Splendor
> Sagae
> undulata
> I would add:
> Fragrant Bouquet --family including:
Fried Bananas
Fried Green Tomatoes
> Alex Summers
> Gold Regal
> Royal Standard
> Sum and Substance
> Lady Isobel Barnett 
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