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Queen of Islip



Clyde,

My H. 'Queen of Islip' is scorched as well (not to mention, H. 'Golden
Sunburst' and H. 'Color Glory'). I had them in morning sun but that
still may have been too much for them. I've moved them to an area
that gets no direct sun but has overhead light (the north side of my
house). I've read that you should not let them dry out at all.

Anyone else have any tips?

Norm Lesch

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From: CCREDUX
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com
Subject: Some Questions and Comments
Date: Monday, May 11, 1998 8:39PM


What is the best site for 'Queen of Islip'? Mine has grown well but is
badly scorched this spring.


Clyde Crockett z5
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