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Re: question about blue hostas

I have two smaller blues that do well - Blue Arrow, and Hadspen Hawk. 
Mine are in half-day sun (afternoon), and manage to keep their blue 
quite well for most of the summer.  Both should be relatively easy to find.

Diane Frederick
Cleveland, OH

NardaA@aol.com wrote:

>In a message dated 5/21/02 12:04:23 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
>MC_hosta@Bellsouth.net writes:
><< Sandra since I don't have one named just blue, it must be Lakeside Blue
> Jeans. It is very blue and holds the blue well even here in the south.
>  >>
>Mary, I am looking forward to seeing how Sapphire Pleats does here in my 
>garden.  Was happy to get that one from you last year at Hosta College.
>I really like blue cadet for a small blue, and have had real good luck with 
>Baby Bunting as a mini.  N.
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