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Re: sports

>Bob,  I have questions that probably are dumb to someone who knows everything about hosta.  I have been reading about sports on the robin and my question is how do you recognize a sport if you have one?  Does it grow right next to the mother plant?  I have only been growing hostas for 4 or 5 years and I do not know too much about them but thanks to the robin I am learning. I have planted over 75 plants so far and I have 2 more orders coming yet. Would appreciate an explanation on this.  Thanks, Dee Krueger
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