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Re: Montana Chirifu

'Hey Paula' (a song?) ..all I can tell U is Jim Hawes of Maryland, sent me seed from this item a few years ago, nice streakies resulted and I'm doin  F3 of same now.  I think it was found in Japan originally?  I've tried other seed of H. montana 'Chirifu' from other sources and results were all green progeny.

Jim Hawes? ..U wanna take over from here?..or are U already gone to Florida ..to do some sunshine scooping? LOL

Bill Nash/Canada
where -=>0<=- [sunshine?] makes outside feel like one is in an oven

--- regarding 
At 11:14 PM 7/26/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Dear Robins,
>     As I was weeding today in the sweltering heat at my moms house, I
>discovered a hosta with the name Montana Chirifu but going thru the Genus Hosta Book I could find out nothing about this splashed/streaked hosta.
>Does anyone here know anything about this plant?
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