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Hosta leaves sagging

Do any of you hosta-phyles know what causes the lower leaves on certain 
hostas to droop - to the point of being nearly flat on the ground???  It 
certainly IS NOT from being too dry, because all it has done is rained here 
since an early dry spell.. Annnddd, wouldn't you know it - it's raining again 
right now....Do you think the leaves will return to their full upright and 
locked position as we prepare to land....oh, I was just getting you ready for 
the flight attendants for your flight to Ann Arbor for the convention - will 
they return to normal if the reason they drooped is ended - like too much 

Raining in Minn-E-Sota Ronnie
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