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IAC List?

Folks, I have a question.  Well, maybe more than one....

How does a hosta name get to be on the IAC list? I know Dave Stevenson is
the keeper of the list, but I'm interested in the process. What does it mean
to be on the list, what's it's purpose?

There are a few hostas out in the trade that I was surprised weren't on an
IAC list. I can understand hostas not being registered, but I guess I
misunderstood the purpose of the IAC list. I also understand new varieties
not being there, but some that have been around awhile? So I'm coming to my
'knowledge source' for help.

Here are a few examples of hostas that surprised me by not being on the
list: Hercules, Moerheim, Prairie Land Memories, The Bottom Line, etc.

Who would put these on the list?

Thanks so much....

Lu (Atlanta, Zone 7B)

Website: www.bigfoot.com/~Hostanut

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