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Re: Large Hosta

In a message dated 6/21/1998 9:02:12 PM Central Daylight Time,
Mrgrthumb@aol.com writes:

 Dear Ran and others...if a hosta clump keeps sending up more eyes each year,
 then the clump keeps getting larger every year doesn't it?  That's why I've
 always given size based on Height and the size of one mature leaf.  What are
 other HOSTAholics opinions??
To avoid confusion, I think we should stick with leaf size at maturity only.
For example, H. hypoleuca. How would one categorize it otherwise?
Clyde Crockett z5
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