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Grand Tiara question

Good Morning Everyone.
I visited a nursery yesterday that sells an assortment of hostas, and in the
row of about 40 "Grand Tiaras" I'd say a third were all gold, and another
third were half Grand Tiara and half all yellow.  The rest were "normal"
looking.  The owner received these plants last fall and said at the time
they were all Grand Tiaras.  Is this a common occurence for this hosta?
Quebec, Canada

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