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Re: Outhouse Delight Seedling

Hi Narda,
         You're supposed to let me get one in in-between! Do you remember if
it was white earlier in the year? Most of the all-white plants are sports of
'Undulata Albo-Marginata'.  OHD is a seedling of it. Only in the past couple
years have white-to-green plants shown up from different species
backgrounds. This afternoon I went to the store and bought some
old-fashioned mothballs. They work just fine at keeping the rabbits out of
the beds. Set up a smell on a hot day that keeps me from getting too close
when I'm weeding!  Cheap too.

.........Bill Meyer

> << Bill, last year it was green, as most OHD plants are at the end of
>  It is no bigger than it was a day or two ago when I took the pic but I
>  keep you posted.
>  Wonder what is the difference between Mostly Ghostly, OHD and some of the
>  others that emerge very pale?  N.
>   >>
> Of course one difference is that the rabbits are not nearly as likely to
> the lighter colored hostas.
> There I go talking to myself, have not done that for a while. N.
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