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Re: "Just green" hostas

>     Do any one else know of the "Ragged Robin" or another that would
> suit his purpose?
>     Thank you;
I've never seen the name Ragged Robin and it's not listed in the Green
Pages.  That may just be a garden name someone was using.  However
if he's looking for a very twisted small green hosta H. Tortifrons
would be a good choice.  I believe Clyde sent a pix of it to AAA
Ornamentals www.hostas.com
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