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H. 'Yellow River' seems to do well for me in dry conditions. I have mine at the edge of a large maple tree and I provided no additional water this summer through the drought and it still looks great (I don't torture all of my hostas...really I don't).


Norm Lesch
Manchester, MD

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      Are there any hostas that do well in dry areas?

      Denise Nakon
      Pinckney Mi
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