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Re: Hosta Flowers-------The Horse Is Not Quite Dead

Clyde, on my monitor, 5" comes to about ........here.  If you can show me a
Piedmont Gold flower as wide as that sentence I will eat it in front of the folks
at the convention next June, that is, assuming you can get it to bloom at the
right time and I finally make it to a convention.  I've grown hundreds of PG's and
cannot recall seeing a flower of that size.  Now, I'm not saying you're
exagerating a bit, just that I personally have not seen it and would certainly
like to see one, and taste it.


CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:

> *****************************************************************************
> Bob,
> You might also  try H. 'Piedmont Gold' . The orthodoxy was that PG HAD to be
> grown in shade; however, it does better in "partial sun." AND, I have seen it
> in bloom with flowers that are 5" in diameter, in situations where it received
> a lot of sun.
> Clyde Crockett z5

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