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Re: Names of the Hostas

  • Subject: Re: Names of the Hostas
  • From: "Bill Meyer" <njhosta@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2002 17:36:17 -0500

Hi Sandra,
        You mean the ones in the wallpaper, right? Those are just jammed-together seedlings from my second-chance bed. I stick them there to see if any turn out to be good enough later. Most are still only one division. I moved the gold one, the blue one, and the frosted-looking red-petioled one out to grow on, so there will be more of those in time. Seedlings are a lot of fun to work with, especially in the spring when you see the new development. That gold didn't look half as interesting the year before.
                                                                              ........Bill Meyer

Hello, Carol and All,
    Would on you be able to identify for me the names of the two light blues and the very yellow leafed hosta which was placed centrally on the First Look 2  Screensaver?  I gotta have these!   Thanks.  Sandra
--- Sandra Fain

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