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Re: New hosta Revolution


The real question is it stable, or just another form of a streak.  I have
seen this kind of variegation in other species.  It is quite interesting.

I know that all the hybridizers and TC labs are salivating right now.

Jim Anderson

-----Original Message-----
From: bob <bobaxe@sbtek.net>
To: hosta-open <hosta-open@mallorn.com>; nise@onelist.com <nise@onelist.com>
Date: Monday, August 09, 1999 6:57 PM
Subject: New hosta Revolution

>Hi everyone
> There is a new hosta that is going to be released next year that has
>spots or sploches. I have already added it to the library. The name is
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