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Re: Tetraploids in Hosta

Ran and others,
You can find Ben's article about ploidy in Hostas at my website. Enjoy!
Ran, the next time I see Ben, I will take Eagle's Nest with me for a check.
Still waiting for Oh My Heart ;-)
Hugo Philips
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2001 4:29 PM
Subject: Re: Tetraploids in Hosta
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, March 19, 2001 1:12 PM
Subject: Tetraploids in Hosta
As with Daylilies, I would expect to see some outward manifistation of tetraplodid in such a hosta.  I don't know of any test that has "proved" any of those you mentioned, to be tets.  If they have been tested, By Ben and he can give me the actual facts, I would like to know about it.  I really have to wonder about the first two mentioned .  What charisteristics in those plants would even lead one to suspect they might be tets?  I have two that I also do suspect could be.  Those are Eagles Nest( probably a partial) and Oh My Heart.

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