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Re: First catalog received.

Joanne Pyszczek wrote:
> Got my first hosta price list for 1999 today, Naylor Creek.  Love the pics
> of Kiwi Spearmint, Monopoly and Hidden Cove.  Outside my price range but a
> couple I'll be looking for in a few years.
> Is anyone familiar with the species kiyosumiensis?  It's described as having
> microscopically toothed margins and sounds interesting.  Do any of the
> experts feel that the serration could be developed more thru
> self crossing?   A hosta with a shark's tooth edge, wouldn't that be wild!
> Any opinions on how to go about it?  Would selfing be the best way, or out
> crossing?  Gotta get this one just to experiment with.  Also think I'll be
> adding laevigata to the collection.  Gotta stop this, I should be
> concentrating on Christmas gifts for others, not myself.  Wonder if I can
> convince anyone to get them for me as gifts.
> Joanne
> jopyz@earthlink.net

Dear Joanne,
  I haven't gotten theirs yet. :( However, I've met (online) Naylor
Creek's new propagator, and if you want me to ask her specifically about
kiyosumiensis, I'd be happy to do that. She's a big help to me, with
some gardening questions I've had.
Diane Frederick
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