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RE: Hosta Honey

Title: RE: Hosta Honey


H. 'Honey'
(Savory 77)
Origin: Hybrid of H. montana
H. 'Yellow Emperor' from H. 'Honey' hybrid
14" tall, 36" wide.
Leaves 10" long, 7" wide, 11 veins.
Lavender flowers on 53" scapes.
Honey color, yellow near center, cordate, rugose.

If it was named in Holland, who knows what you got.


Norm Lesch
Manchester, MD

      -----Original Message-----
      From:   TOWNSHIP [mailto:township@acbm.qc.ca]
      Sent:   Monday, May 17, 1999 1:59 PM
      To:     hosta-open@mallorn.com
      Subject:        Hosta Honey

      Hi Folks,
      Has anyone any info. on this hosta?  Someone mentioned that this was the
      name given  in Holland to a plant that I think I have.  Does it have another
      Quebec, Canada

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