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Re: How hostas do


Kriptonite is not like Blue Cadet at all. It is the green form of Halcyon, I
believe.  It was introduced by Kurt Tramposch from your neck of the woods in
Mass. near Waldon Pond or maybe even right on Waldon Pond.  It is particularly
lovely this time of year when other hostas are going back this one hangs on
and on.  
I will send a pix of it to the pixlist for you.
I think it may be the same as Ran Lydell's Peridot, which Kathy Guest remarked
about in Ran's garden last weekend.  It is a beauty!

Carol in CT.
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