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Re: Look-Alike Hostas


At 01:05 PM 16/01/99 EST, you wrote:
>To kick off on look-a-like hostas, all the named hostas below are green
sports
>of 'Halcyon'. Some are already registered, some not.
>
>Devon Green (Bowden)
>Peridot (Lydell)
>Canadian Sheild (Knechtel)
>Valeries Vanity (Keller)
>Kryptonite (Weir Meadow Nursery)
>Grunspect (Klose)


Glen and all interested

To my knowledge 'Krytonite' is a green sport of another Tardiana, I think
'Blue Wedgwood' and 'Grunspecht' has canoe type foliage totally different
from the others mentioned above. The canoe type leaves didn't show up until
maturity. Hope this helps.

John Kee

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