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As a comment about Hosta 'White Feather', Merloo1 wrote:

I live in Zone 8b and am 2 blocks from the ocean. I don't have shade where I would like to plant this, but the temperature rarely gets above 75 and the ground gets full of moisture each night with the dew reaching 2nd story windows. Is this temperate enough to plant these successfully?
Name: Rob Duval
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robertduval14
Feb 22, 2017 5:09 PM CST

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I can't say for sure, but in my own experiences Hosta's that have a lot of white or pale yellow tend to not hold up very well if they get a lot of direct sunlight. I don't think heat will be its main issue, but rather direct light.

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