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RE: question about blue hostas

  • Subject: RE: question about blue hostas
  • From: "Sandra Fain" <slfain@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Tue, 21 May 2002 7:41:7 -0600

So far, I think the bluest of mine - and this may be the soil and sun and climatic conditions here- is Lakeside Blue.  I have a smaller Buckeye Blue and this is going to be a really beautiful blue, also. Of course, I have many blues and love them all.  Sandra
----- Original Message -----
Sent: 5/21/2002 3:24:13 AM
Subject: question about blue hostas

I am looking for a blue Hosta, but so many blue hostas are disappointing
green. I am raising a few Hosta here in San Francisco, and my attention was
caught my a certain Hosta called Am I Blue, but it is really hard to find,
and maybe it does not grow very well. Has anyone experienced any luck with
this Hosta?  I tired Hosta blue ice from bare root, but it never took.
Bug Girl
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