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Re: walmart hostas


Mike Breiding - Morgantown, WV wrote:
> 
> 
> They also have "Sharmon". Anybody know anything about this plant?
> -Mike


Hi Mike,

I've had Sharmon for several years.  It is a medium sized plant.  The
gold centered, green edged leaves eventually turn all green.  It is a
good grower.

Josh
Iowa
zone 4


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