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Re: XL and variegated?

Gerry/Bob O'Neill wrote:
> Are there any extra-large (on the order of Blue Angel or S&S) variegated or
> two-toned hostas out there? If there are not, is it because variegated
> varieties just can't assimilate enough C to support a plant that size?
> Gerry
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Our "new" introduction, Eagles Nest, is a sport of Sum and Substance. 
Un like the others, It has wide , highly defined ,yellow margins, and
deep green , cupped and puckered centers.  I expect it will get as large
as S&S.
Ran Lydell
Eagle Bay Gardens
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