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Lovin my Pauls Glory

Posted by sherrygirl none5 (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 21, 14 at 9:56

This is my newest hosta. Just love the coloring. Alot of yellow on some leaves.

Sherry


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RE: Lovin my Pauls Glory

Sherry, I, too just picked up a new Paul's Glory, but it is about 1/3 the size of yours! I like to buy them big but it's not easy to find them. Yours is quite large and a beauty! Enjoy!
Jo


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RE: Lovin my Pauls Glory

One of my favorites.You got a nice one.


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Beautiful. I have that on my "want list" for next spring.


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I agree with Jo---you have a really nice, good sized PG! I love PG too! Here is mine at year 2.

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Mine only gets 1-2 hours of midday sun now. I think with more sunlight, it would be even brighter. And here is a photo two years later.


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RE: Lovin my Pauls Glory

Seeing your great pics of pauls glory is making me cross my fingers that mine are just changing color vs hvx. Such a pretty hosta.


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RE: Lovin my Pauls Glory

Mine isn't as bright as those above but should turn lighter as the season progresses - similar to the second flush of leaves seen at the lower left.


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RE: Lovin my Pauls Glory

My PG gets dappled sunlight. It is planted under a limbed up evergreen. My hostas seem to all love growing there

Sherry


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Spotted mine last month at the Midwest convention and pounced on it like a hawk on a Titmouse.

Thankfully it's being very patient while it waits its turn to be planted.


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