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Re: Kabitan

I must have a very good line of Kabitan.  I have absolutely no problems with
it, no grooming, melting out, die back or anything.  It grows like wildfire
and I have two very full borders of it.  Thousands of plants doing well.
Beth ARnold
-----Original Message-----
From: SECK138@aol.com <SECK138@aol.com>
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Saturday, September 25, 1999 8:43 AM
Subject: Kabitan

>I have all my hostas in very peaty soil.  We live in Boston, MA area.
>Kabitan does well for me.  It looks fine most of the summer, occasionaly
>of the leaves split but I just pull them off, occasionally some of the tips
>turn brown, it has more than doubled since last year when I bought it, it
>placed in an area where it gets morning light and late afternoon light but
>somewhat shaded the rest of the day.
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