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Re: large hosta


In a message dated 7/6/99 7:35:40 PM Eastern Daylight Time, bobaxe@sbtek.net 
writes:

<< nother variegated large is H. montana 'Aureomarginata'. I envy all,
 > practically everyone who grows it, how large and beautiful it is- >>
I have 2 of the aforementioned plants and they really are beautiful.. I have 
a 2 year old and the leaves are larger than the leaves on a mature Sum & 
Substance, however there are  only 2 divisions making up the plant..  I can't 
wait until this plant is a few years older, it should REALLY be a beauty..  
My other montana is a young 1 year old division that was given to me and as 
yet it does not have the size of the other..

Ronnie
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