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Re: White Cloud


BSteg46464@aol.com wrote:
> 
> Has anyone heard of Hosta 'White Cloud'?   They told me this is their
> third year in the ground and that they begin to green up somewhat later in
> the season and are very slow to multiply.
> Bev Stegeman
> Chesterton, IN
***********
Bev
This is no doubt the hosta called "White trouble.  No matter though,
none of these types of sports ever amounts to much.  They will turn to
shades of green later in the season, as the plant must make some
chloriphel at some point to survive.
Ran Lydell
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