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H pulchella forms

Cindy . I think , asked some time ago about H pulchella 
For my study on species of Hosta that I have finished now ( the 
results will be published this spring in PLant Biology) I collected 
about 120 different forms  of species. I also had 6 forms of 
pulchella they can vary a lot in size The smallest I had came from 
B Olson, and also a slightly larger one. This plant is smaller than 
even Tiney Tears. Further a had a plant from a local nursery and 
one from the Arboretrum in Rotterdam collected on Mnt Sobo Then 
there is the largest one H pulchella Kifukurin , about the size of 
Nakaiana Lastly Shining Tot turns out likeley to be a pulchella too , 
not a hybrid. For me  H pulchella is one of my favorite species I am 
now trying to get white flowers in  a look alike ( But then it is no 
longer the true species)
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
Fax: 31-71-5274999
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