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  • Subject: Question
  • From: HoroRL@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 3 Apr 2005 10:21:32 EDT

Good morning, all:
We know that to get a variegated or streaked hosta, the pod parent needs to  
be the streaked donor.  Then, how does one get a streaked or variegated  
progeny when the pod parent is not streaked, e.g., 
'Spring  Fling' ('Christmas Tree' x 'Donahue's Piecrust')  by  Roy Herold
'Mike  Shadrack' ('Great Expectations' x 'Rock and Roll') by Bob  Kuk
'Brother  Stephan' ('King Tut' x 'Mildred Seaver') by Olga  Petryszyn
Is there a possibility that the parents got  inadvertently reverse or not all 
the information was not printed?
Rich Horowitz
Stoughton MA

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