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White flowering tardiflora

At the Hosta in Focus meeting last weekend, Alex Summers gave a hosta
dividing demonstration. The hosta divided was a white flowering
tardiflora that made four nice single divisions. Each division was then
sold at auction for $65 each. Alex named his hosta 'October Statement'.

Alex said this plant arrived in a batch of tissue culture liners. It
grows a little larger that what is normal for tardiflora.

Anyone else out there with a white flowering tardiflora?

Dan Nelson
Bridgeville DE
zone 7

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