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Who am I?

Can someone help ID this picture?

The plant was planted last year. For some reason (my 4 year old neighbor) 
there is no label anywhere near this plant. I have every Hosta (over 240) 
labeled and soon to be mapped. Now here's the pickle. All my Hosta are 
accounted for except one. North Hills. This does NOT look like what is 
being described in all my books as North Hills. So, what the heck is it? 
There are two sets of 13 veins. It's planted in my Japanese Garden which I 
reserve for plants with an oriental flair to them, as in Frosted Jade, 
Samurai, Shogun, etc.

Any guesses?



Lu [Zone 7B Atlanta]

PS> Sorry Joanne about the big file, hope this is better...

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