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Hosta

Hosta 'Night before Christmas'

6 vendors
19 traders
Conditions: Zone 3-8, Light Shade
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7 vendors
38 traders
Type: Perennials
Height: 36-48 in. (90-120 cm)
Conditions: Zone 9-11, Light Shade
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positive LanfrancoLeo Yesterday
Linaria

Absolutely 5 star for this plant! Here is why: -Color It come with a wide variety of shade in the purple-rose palette..Some have a de...read more

neutral Bear_with_me Yesterday
Rubus

Ebony King is an older variety of blackberry. I've seen them described as mostly thornless. There are fewer and smaller thorns, compare...read more

negative Bear_with_me Yesterday
Rubus

Himalayan Blackberry is a highly aggressive, invasive weed in my area, Zone 8a Maritime Pacific Northwest. The strong, robust canes grow...read more

positive Bear_with_me 2 days ago
Prunus

My area of Southwest Washington State has a lot of peach leaf curl disease, that limits which peaches can be grown. Q-1-8, also sold as ...read more

negative Bear_with_me 2 days ago
Prunus

Mary Jane was described as resistant to peach leaf curl. Mine died of peach leaf curl within 2 years of planting it. I am in maritime P...read more

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