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Re: H. Elegans / stunted look

'Blue Angel'.....I'm not suprised. I have seen it most in that plant. 3 different
places now. The plants that did it last year weren't around long enough for me to
tell if they grew out of it. I ripped them out and replaced them all with new
ones. Even the new ones look bad this year. Clyde suggested lack of water and
tree roots. I don't think so. How does it explain the ones I've seen in pots in a
greenhouse that are fertilized regularly? I have not heard of a hosta completely
growing out of it either.

Mike Groothuis
Niles, MI

> Did the plants last year grow out of it or keep that look all season.  I
> believe this has happened to my Blue Angel and Hadspen Blue.  These two
> plants and individual leaves are significantly smaller then last year.
> Ray Rodgers, Bartonville, IL, CIHS, Zone 5

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