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virus in Winfield Blue?

Hi folks,

The past two years I've noticed mottling in two of my hostas, Cynthia and
Winfield Blue.  I've been told that the Cynthia is not virused (based on pix
I've sent to the list) but I still wonder about Winfield Blue.  The first two
pix of Winfield Blue that are in the Hosta Library look to have the same kind
of mottling, though my hosta has much more.  Do you think it's a virus or
something similar to what happens to Cynthia?

Cindy Johnson
White Bear Lake, MN

p.s.  I think the Hosta Library is about the best website there is.  Thanks so
much to everyone that contributes to it!

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