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Re: Hosta Honey

Good Morning all,
After further reading and looking, I think my "Honey" hosta is most probably"h. fortunei Aurea".
I went back to the source where I think I originally purchased it umpteen yrs. ago, and thats who told me that they sold this hosta under that name, having bought it labelled such, originally from Holland.  They no longer sell it, tho, cause no one buys it, due to its viridescent quality (who wants an all green hosta!).  Its been tucked away in a far corner all these years, with a clump of f. Albo Picta, and I never realized till yesterday, that they were 2 diff. plants. ( but I've been on the lookout for those "gold" ones!)
Well, think I'll go weed another neglected corner today...who knows what I'll find!
Thanks for everyones help...and if you have other ideas of what it may be, cause I've been wrong before, let me know!
Quebec, Canada

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