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RE: Wahoo



Bev,

H. 'Wahoo' can be difficult to take a division from. As Clyde mentioned,
it is best to dig it up and see where you are cutting so you can be sure
to get some roots. H. 'Wahoo' will set seed and produce streaked
seedlings but there is only one named cultivar for which H. 'Wahoo' is
the pod parent and that is H. 'Debutante'. The named cultivars involving
H. 'Wahoo' are listed below:

H.  Debutante  from H.  Wahoo  x H.  Flamboyant 

H.  Hurrah  from H.  Wahoo  mutation

H.  Wizard s Turbin  from H.  Galaxy  x H.  Wahoo 

Thanks!

Norm Lesch

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From: BSteg46464@aol.com
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com
Subject: Wahoo
Date: Monday, August 10, 1998 6:37PM

Two part question to anyone who grows 'Wahoo'  or just knows the answers:
1.)  I tried to dig up what looked like a very nice division only to 
discover
it had no roots.  Is this plant semi-stoloniferous or what?  If it is, how
does one divide it?
2.)  If it is semi-stoloniferous or stoloniferous, can I assume that it does
not set seed and is useless for hybridizing?
Bev Stegeman
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