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Hostas lost this year

Was happy to hear that someone else had ON STAGE that didn't come up right 
away but showed up later.  I am still hoping, and check everyday, but so far 
not the first little nose poking through.  It was a 3 year old plant, but 
hadn't been growing much, so   I moved my plant last year, and then it was 
doing great--it bloomed, and no problems.  This year it hasn't come up yet--I 
think it is gone.  I also lost Stetson, Allan P. McConnell, and St. Elmo's 
fire.  I am in zone 5, so if they are not up yet, I think they have bit the 
dust. So sad.  All the others are doing well so far.  Wonder what happened to 

Zone 5
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