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Re: knockout


In a message dated 12/05/1999 3:34:51 PM Central Standard Time, 
kwmille@mtco.com writes:

<<  What exactly is  Knockout?  Is there a picture of it somewhere?  Where 
can you get it?   Why is everyone so interested in it? >>

H. 'Knockout' , an 1986 introduction of Paul Aden.  It is a cross to two Aden 
seedlings.  Everyone is not interested it, just discussing a difficult hosta. 
Not difficult to keep alive, just difficult to get it to increase.  Believe 
me, if Ran Lydell and Mary Chastain have difficulty growing this hosta into a 
mature clump, no matter how good af a gardner you are, do not buy it.  There 
are many hostas that are much more beautiful and much easier to grow.
Ray Rodgers, Bartonville, IL, CIHS
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