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RE: Hybridization...


Title: RE: Hybridization...

Beth,

H. 'Snow Flakes' is a F. Williams/AHS 86 plant. It is small, all green, has dull leaves and an abundance of white flowers (hence the name). It is a $5 plant that will not attract your attention. It is very fertile. I think I recall that it has some H. plantaginea in it but the flowers aren't fragrant.

Thanks!

Norm Lesch
Manchester, MD

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    From:   Beth Arnold[SMTP:seabeth@heart.net]
    Sent:   Monday, March 15, 1999 4:45 PM
    To:     hosta-open@mallorn.com
    Subject:        Re: Hybridization...

    Norman, I have a very large Sweet Susan and about three different clumps of sports that I have cut from my original SS.  I will have to grow the seeds to see what happens.  Never heard of 'Snow Flake'.  Tell me about this plant.

    Beth Arnold
    Peoria Illinois  Zone 5

       






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