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Re: [streak] swoosh seedlings

Narda and Bob - you are right about me recently into hosta .. but long time
gardening! ... and this is general knowlegdement - didn't you learn botany
in school? - remember the yellow and green colours are neigbours in the
rainbow .. and I am sure there are some small near invisible green
chlorophyll bits in the yellow colour in any yellow leaved plant?

At 08:09 AM 30.1.00 -0800, Bob wrote:
>NardaA@aol.com wrote:
>> Bob, I thought Arnhild was just recently into hostas.  Lot of common sense
>> going here. 
>Hi Narda
>	Arnhild would be right but the seedlings that are gold and yellow are
>doing ok so far, it is the seedlings that are half and half that seem
>                Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308 
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