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Re: top 25 hostas


Mike Groothuis wrote:
> 
> 25!! Are you kidding??!! I have over a hundred and I don't think I could live
> without ANY of them! If you want to see a list of my favorites, go here. Have a
> great day everybody.
> 
> Mike Groothuis
> Niles, MI
> 
> SECK138@aol.com wrote:
> 
> > What would be your top 25 hostas.  Mine would have to be the plants that look
> > good all the time and have interest.  Take into consideration that I only
> > started buying hostas 2 years ago and only have 67 plants.  A lot of my hostas
> > are new this year and I might have hostas that haven't reached their potential
> > yet.  Here is my list June, Kabitan, guacamole, fragrant bouquet, sunpower,
> > plantagea, tokudama, tokudama Aureo-nebulosa, tokudama Flavo-Circ, Invinsible,
> > strip tease, great expectations, wide brim, sagae, golden prayers, regal
> > splendor, patriot, sultana, grand tiara, super nova, green piecrust, blue
> > umbrellas, brim cup, bressington blue, and abiqua drinking gourd.   Would love
> > to hear from you.  Lets talk about plants. That what I love and that is why I
> > joined list.   Chris, Braintree z5   I have found the information on breeding
> > hostas to be fantastic.  Keep them coming.
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> 
>     ---------------------------------------------------------------
> 25!! Are you kidding??!! I have over a hundred and I don't think I
> could live without ANY of them! If you want to see a list of my
> favorites, go here. Have a great day everybody.
> 
> Mike Groothuis
> Niles, MI
> 
> SECK138@aol.com wrote:
> 
>      What would be your top 25 hostas.  Mine would have to be the
>      plants that look
>      good all the time and have interest.  Take into
>      consideration that I only
>      started buying hostas 2 years ago and only have 67 plants.
>      A lot of my hostas
>      are new this year and I might have hostas that haven't
>      reached their potential
>      yet.  Here is my list June, Kabitan, guacamole, fragrant
>      bouquet, sunpower,
>      plantagea, tokudama, tokudama Aureo-nebulosa, tokudama
>      Flavo-Circ, Invinsible,
>      strip tease, great expectations, wide brim, sagae, golden
>      prayers, regal
>      splendor, patriot, sultana, grand tiara, super nova, green
>      piecrust, blue
>      umbrellas, brim cup, bressington blue, and abiqua drinking
>      gourd.   Would love
>      to hear from you.  Lets talk about plants. That what I love
>      and that is why I
>      joined list.   Chris, Braintree z5   I have found the
>      information on breeding
>      hostas to be fantastic.  Keep them coming.
>      ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
>      To sign-off this list, send email to majordomo@mallorn.com
>      with the
>      message text UNSUBSCRIBE HOSTA-OPEN
>***************When one considers a Hosta for his personal "list"  what does that 
individual look for ?  I would be intrested to have some thoughts, on 
what really makes a "great" hosta.
Thanks
Ran 
>
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