Hosta By Kelley

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Due to the past technical difficulties

This edition covers March 15 to April 15

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Opening Words



In like a lion and out like a lamb; or in like a Lamb and out like a Lion.  It was unclear what March was this year.  But in hindsight it did bring the first spikes of the season.  April will be effected not just by our March weather but by our volatile winter; but to what extent.  Over the last month I've watched the preseason antics of the hosta, and their ... spikes.  The refrain once again is: "Will they survive or not?"  I've not looked at the predicted water cycle for April ... yet.  At this time of writing what I seem to recall from looking at the temperature swings that it may be dry spring.


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Plant Name Menu Codes:

In Gardner's collection:  green.

In Collection but is an unregistered sport: BLUE.

Past Plants that are no longer in the collection: Brown.