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Re: How hostas do

In a message dated 10/17/1998 5:28:54 PM Central Daylight Time,
SECK138@aol.com writes:

<< How can you find out which hostas do
 better in your area?   >>
The best climate for growing hostas to their full potential is in the Great
Lakes region and parts of the midwestern U.S. The farther South one goes, the
smaller the clumps. There are some exceptions, e.g., the H. montana

Clyde Crockett z5
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