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Re: sport of Sagae

  • Subject: Re: sport of Sagae
  • From: "Bill Meyer" <njhosta@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2001 17:45:02 -0400

Hi Chris,
        There are three wide-margined forms of 'Sagae' that have been discussed recently.
'Liberty' (Machen) was debuted at the 2000 Convention in Minnesota. The margin is very wide, with a small feathery green center. The rumor mill has this one being available in numbers next spring at a reasonable price. TC that is.
'Ivory Coast' (Savory) also was seen in Minnesota and was pretty similar. Don't know what the Savorys are planning to do with it. They may look to sell to the collectors at a high OS price.
'Clifford's Forrest Fire' (Clifford) A little narrower in the margin. No idea what Mr. Clifford plans to do with it.
         Oddly enough, I found one of my own this year. It looks a lot like 'Liberty', so much that there doesn't seem any point in naming it. Too late, I guess, but pretty nice to look at. Only one division, before you ask. :-)
                                                                             ..........Bill Meyer
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2001 5:20 PM
Subject: sport of Sagae

within last six months.  There was a hosta mentioned that is a sport of
sagae.  Looks very similar in form and shape with a lot yellowed leaves.  
Anyone know the name?  Thanks Chris

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