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H. 'Warwick Delight'

In the Hosta Library is a picture of a one division H. 'Warwick Delight'.  
This is a hybrid of H. 'Blue Moon'.  Based on this picture, as a young plant 
this looks a lot like a young H. 'Great Expectations'. 

Coming from Blue Moon, I would think this would develop into a beautiful 
small plant, unless the light center (creamy-white) makes it difficult to 
grow.  Would anyone who grows this plant please share your experiences. 
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