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Re: Differences to norm

Hi Tim... My Niagara Falls has it's same gloss that I've expected it to
have.  I know that the plant I have is not TC.  We had frost but the leaves
appear ok other then one with a little "Burn".  


|  I have seen  hosta this year, such as Niagara Falls, which should have a
|  gloss on their leaves, looking decidedly matt, if fact almost rough in
|  appearance. Is this frost damage, TC problems, or what? Any comments
appreciated.|  Tim over the pond

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