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H. 'Piedmont Gold'

As many plantings of subject hosta I have seen, I have never seen it in bloom.
I have heard that the flowers(blooms) are spectacular and quite large. 

The orthodox view WAS that PG had to be grown in quite a bit of shade. Why? 

I have found that the more sun the "golds" get, the better they perform, in
respect of growth and flowering and color.

If you have seen PG in bloom, would you describe the flowers? 


Clyde Crockett z5 Indy IN
P.S. If you have a photo of such in bloom, please send it to me for scanning.
I promise I'll return it.BTW, if you want to get on the Pixlist, just let Bill
Nash know at raffi@sympatico.ca

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