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Improving Hosta Flowers


Meum71@aol.com wrote:

> Instead of "putting" daylily flowers on Hosta-which personally I do not think
> I would like. A more practical consideration would be to increase the size
> and color rang of Hosta flowers. 

Another good option would be to check with Ran Lydell and find out when
'Oh My Heart' will be available. It is said to produce huge numbers of
flowers on every scape. 
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Burnsville, NC  28714
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mailto:jlanier@yancey.main.nc.us
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