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Re: Hostas that grow best in sun


At 03:34 PM 6/28/99 EDT, you wrote:
>In a message dated 6/27/99 9:24:45 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
>backhoe@scan.missouri.org writes:
>
><<   I would like information on hosta which grow best in a lot of sun. Is it
> the variegated ones, ie.. albo marginata, or green honeybells? The info is
> for a friend of mine who has an area he wants to plant with hosta. The bed
> gets full sun until approximately noon each day. Any help would be
> appreciated. Thanks, Jean >>
>
>Hi Jean.  I have the following hostas growing in a spot that gets that much 
>or even a little more sun.  This is the first year that I have had them in 
>this location and I plan on more eventually:
>
>	1. Aspen Gold			No Burning at all
>	2. August Moon			No Burning at all - 3 plants
>	3. Royal Standard		Beginning to burn slightly in center 
>of leaves on 1 of 							3 
>plants.
>	4. Sum & Substance	No Burning
>	5. Wide Brim			Beginning to show a much lighter 
>color on the edges 							of 
>the leaves than earliewhich is more cream colored.
>	6. Patriot.				Burning - not greatly but 
>significant for this time of 							
>summer.
>	7. Plantaginea			None as yet but plant just recently 
>moved there.
>	8. Emerald Tiara		Badly burned - will definitely move 
>plant next year.
>
>Hope this helps your friend Jean.
>
>Ronnie
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>try  H. Sundance a very sun tolerant hosta.  indianabob

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