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Re: can anyone ID these hostas

  • Subject: Re: can anyone ID these hostas
  • From: "Mike ( hostalist )" 26505@adelphia.net
  • Date: Tue, 24 May 2005 09:58:51 -0400

At 09:42 AM 5/24/2005 , you wrote:
>tokudama Aureonebulosa, although it looks on the small side so maybe not.
>Summer Music

Your IDs are the same as Tony Avents.
The tokudama Aureonebulosa was heavily browsed by deer last year and that 
may account for the small size.


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