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Re: Knockout

Two years ago I planted 12 T.C. liners of H. 'Knockout'. It is a nice
looking plant but a very slow grower for me here in southern Delaware.
Eleven are still single divisions with 6 or 8 leaves and 10 inches in
diameter. One is a two division 16 inches in dia.

My friend Russ Parsons is of the opinion that H. 'Knockout' is not a very
good hosta. He got rid of his. Russ has approx. 500 cultivars.

I agree with Ran L. that this hosta is a very slow grower. Even so I will
keep mine.
Dan Nelson
Bridgeville DE
zone 7
-----Original Message-----
From: spencer <spencer@jaycounty.com>
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Monday, June 15, 1998 7:46 AM
Subject: Knockout

>I have a clump of Knockout that I have been growing for 3 year now.
>when I purchased it, I thought it would be another Frances Williams
>clone.  However, as it matures, I can see differences from the FW.
>There is a very wide white band on the edge of the leaf.  It is planted
>where it gets sun until around 12 noon.  There is no burning as with
>FW.  The leaf size is not that of FW, but it is a nice big one.  It
>seems to be a slow grower, but it is turning into a really beautiful
>     Another FW lookalike that I am trying is Samurai.  I have this one
>in the same amount of sun as Knockout and it is doing fantastic.  It has
>the leaf size of FW, but none of the burning.  It is growing faster than
>the FW.
>     The third FW lookalike that I am also trying is Aurora Boreolus.
>This one is also supposed to take more sun with less burning.  Just got
>this one, so will have to wait to see.
>     Joanne, from what I am seeing with my Knockout plant, this could
>become one of my favorites.
>Jane Spencer
>Portland, IN
>Zone 5
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