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Re: hosta-open DIGEST V1 #1175


>To date, there are three hostas on the market now that are 
>Treflan induce tetraploids, H. 'Patriot', H. 'Night Before 
>Christmas', and H. 'Grand Tiara'.

I have a sport of Golden Tiara that is a reversion, but it is also 
larger leaved like Grand Tiara.  If you didn't know better you would 
think it is a reversion of Grand Tiara.  I wonder if some of these so 
called induced polyploids might not actually be naturally occuring 

Joe Halinar

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