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Re: Virus?



Korean snow  is a varigated Yingerii
Allegan Fog  is a fortunii sport  indiana bobb

At 04:05 PM 11/11/1999 EST, you wrote:
>Hi to all:
>
>I was looking through the hosta library, and I came across the following 
>hosta: 'Lunacy', 'Filigree Sister', 'Fuzzy', 'Korean Snow', 'Allegan Fog', 
>and 'Alley Oop'.  They all have green spotting in there leaves.  Do you or 
>anyone know the lineage of any of these?  Is there a commonality of parent
to 
>all? Or could it be a virus?  Has there, to your knowledge, been any
breeding 
>with any of these?  If so, do the progeny show similar characteristics?
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