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  • From: WiN <raffi@sympatico.ca>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 18:20:20 -0500

An item on Ran Lydell's Special Hosta List...1999; just received here.

"OK here at last, a much talked about "rarity" from Japan.  Leaves open in spring, with brilliant yellow leaves and bright cherry red petioles.  Color darkens to light green as season progresses.  Second year tissue culture plants, available from Ran Lydell $60.00 each.

Note: it is believed this cultivar is a Japanese derivative from H. longipes 'Ogon Amagi'?
Photo here, is of a Kinba (OS) sent to Jim Hawes/Alex Summers in 1997.

Bill Nash

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