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Re: October Hostas



I am also in east Tennessee but many of my hostas look good but
most of them are starting to go dormant except for:

Split Milk
Sum & Substance
Christmas Tree
Fragrant Blue
Snow Cap
Delta Dawn
September Sun
Buckshaw Blue
Lemon Lime - still blooming
Galaxy
Gold Standard
Fragrant Bouquet
Lady Isobell Barnett
Winter Snow
Maui Buttercups
Blue Moon


Michael Laico
Crossville, TN



----- Original Message -----
From: Gerry/Bob O'Neill <eoneill@ibm.net>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Friday, October 08, 1999 6:28 AM
Subject: Re: October Hostas


> How about we all add our locations to these lists? Here in East Tennessee,
> for example, Spilt Milk has pretty much melted away for the year.
>


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