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Re: This Week / Red Petioles

In a message dated 12/04/1999 6:18:06 PM Central Standard Time, 
LakesideRM@aol.com writes:

<< The X files are continuing to intrigue me so I had to pot a few more. 
 are now several lemon colored ones that have a patten leather finish. Some 
 the red petioles are already disappearing but others are hanging in there 
 developing blotches.  >>

Mary, I really doubt if you could work any harder!   I'm not lazy, but 
reading your e-mails makes me tired.  If it were not for your computer, I'm 
afraid you would over do it!

I was under the impression from what I have heard from others that a lot of 
characteristics change from the seedling stage to the mature plant, but once 
a hosta had red petioles, it kept them. Not true?  Do hostas keep the red 
petioles most of the time?

Ray Rodgers, Bartonville, IL, CIHS, Zone 5. 
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