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Re: june

In a message dated 2/20/1999 5:05:01 PM Central Standard Time,
RonnieEA@aol.com writes:

<< I gotta get her. >>

I noticed that it is available from our own Ran Lydell.

I have it growing in two places. In the sunnier area it has more of the
goldish center;but, in the shadier spot it is equally nice---very blue with a
light green center. I
I am not at all sure that this is due to light, however. The variances, which
I have noted in others' gardens, in specimens, make me wonder if there aren't
two 'Junes'. 
One of mine came from a nursery in England;the other, from the U.S.

Also, check out the Cover Picture of it in a recent The Hosta Journal, seen in
Benedict Garden. The center is almost white.

The one you want is the one with a gold center.

Clyde Crockett z5
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