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montana Fujibotan

  • Subject: montana Fujibotan
  • From: KT1140@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 4 Aug 2002 17:14:08 EDT

After patiently waiting for the past ten days for the first bud on my montana 
'Fujibotan' to open. I decided to pick apart the bottom bud to see how many 
petals it had. I stopped counting at 50! What a surprise but what I found 
most interesting was the lack of sex organs. Not a pistil or stamen or any 
pollen to be found, and I wanted so badly to use this in my breeding program.
Is anyone growing this hosta, and if so what's your experience with it? 

Kent Terpening

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