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Re: hosta for pool side

Tony Avent has worked very hard to develop hosta that can stand heat &
could recommend others besides his own introductions.

At 06:07 PM 9/24/99 -0700, you wrote:
>Could I please have suggestions for what hosta(s) would be able to survive a
>hot, humid, summer (zone 7, need to watch for late spring frost)beside a
>pool?  They would have to be cheap since I need many for the area, probably
>in groups of 3 to 5, repeating around the pool.  There are already some
>established clumps of grasses and sedum, more grasses to be added this fall.
>Thanks  Judy
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Butch Ragland So. Indiana zone 5

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