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Re: Strange Problem


In a message dated 98-05-09 14:10:00 EDT, you write:

<< I have two H. sieboldiana 'Elegans' that are growing very strange this
 year. The leaves are a light blue green and half the size if the same
 variety next to it. The leaves also have the same number of veins but
 are just on much smaller leaves.  >>


VEIN COUNT MEANS NOTHING....UNTIL THE PLANT NEARS MATURITY......LET ME THINK
ABOUT THE REST.....

DO YOU HAVE ANY TYPE OF VOLE  OR MICE PROBLEMS????  SOMETHING THAT COULD HAVE
ATTACKED THE CROWN????

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