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top 10 hosta


This was taken from the NMPRO magazine newsletter.

* Robert Solberg with Green Hill Farm in Chapel Hill, N.C., did
something fun in a recent issue of his newsletter, "The Green Hill
Gossip." He decided to publish what he considers the Top 10 hostas of
the millennium, based on the impact they've had on the industry.
Here's his list, beginning with No. 1: 'Frances Williams,' 'Sum and
Substance,' 'Beatrice,' 'Great Expectations,' 'Gold Standard,' 'August
Moon,' 'Golden Tiara,' 'Halcyon,' Hosta lancifolia var. undulata and
'Patriot.' (919) 309-0649; http://www.hostahosta.com






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