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Re: Hosta Questions!



IGLH
Sam I Am
>
> << On to my questions.
>  1.  Are Hosta Green Gold fertile? = They rarely form seed pods  = Well
this no good, how can
I play if it won't corroperate?
>  >
>  7.  How long should a plant be grown before it is registered? = are you
> going to market it for selling?  = No,not really, just thought I'd
play with it.
>
>
>  I see them and want to shout for joy, but I don't.  I take
>  it to the counter and calmly buy it.  When I get home I do the Happy
Dance
>  for my find. = This is one of the great joys of collecting plants, that
odd
> rarity.
>
>
>  I know most of these finds are products of TC and someone has
>  let them slip through their culling.  = Green Gold is not tissue cultured
to
> any great extent, it is a fast grower and multiplies quickly.  If I had to
> lay odds on it-it was a field grown division from another field grown
> division on back many years.  =  Then I'll just have to see what comes
from
divisions.
>
>  Thanks for any help.
>  IGLH >>
>
> I hope it's helpful . = Very, but not much fun.
>
> Paul
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