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Re: Moon hostas

junk@aztec-net.com wrote:
> At 11:44 PM 24/01/99 -0500, you wrote:
> >In a message dated 1/24/1999 10:19:10 PM Central Standard Time, junk@aztec-
> >net.com writes:
> >
> ><< H. 'New Moon'
> >
> >John,
> >
> >Is this my unregistered one or someone's else? It is different from the Mayan
> >and  the Abiqua versions.
> Clyde
> All I have so far is that it was registered by Ran Lydell in 95. I don't go
> into great detail in that database yet with 3400 hosta names listed, its
> going to be a while before I have all the info I want. If you find out more
> let me know.
> John Kee
This plant is a seedling from a streaked Lunar Orbit ( August Clouds). 
It has a narrow yellow center.  I have never distributed it , as I can
not git it to hold the color properly.  Someday--------!
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