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Re: smaller hostas

  • Subject: Re: smaller hostas
  • From: Barbara Jackson jacksonb@brandonu.ca
  • Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2003 13:56:37 -0500

Does this mean that the ones that disappeared from my garden in the middle of a scorching heat wave may not be dead but only died back prematurely? A number of my smaller ones (mostly new and smallish plants from last year's purchases) came up fine and grew well untill mid-July when the temperature went through the roof and there was no rain at all for almost 6 weeks. Then a majority of them just faded away even with intermittent soaker hose watering.

BJ in SW MB, Canadian Prairies, Zonee 3ish

At 08:27 PM 9/14/03 -0400, you wrote:
I am finding that with my smaller hostas that they disappear early in the
My Golden Scepter, Emerald Tiara and Fire and Ice are already gone. Last
year when the Golden disappeared I thought it had died and wrote if off only to
be surprised this spring to find it again.

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