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Re: naming, other issues...

  • Subject: Re: naming, other issues...
  • From: "Pat Mora" <patmora@planetkc.com>
  • Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 11:04:04 -0500

The following is what is my database, but not written in stone.
<The gold leaves fade to chartreuse and bright green-this one will really brighten up an area and does well with a lot of sun; lavender flowers in late summer. Tri-color leaves are first bright yellow, then cream and bright green; sheen, few marginal undulations>
The Hosta Finder lists this hosta as "S var" (streak variegated), does the color change into the next color with the season, leaving some of the previous color on the leaf as it changes?
    As with H.'Cynthia', spring color is many times very different that later colors.  But what beauties they make for us in the garden.
Pat Mora

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