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Re: Look-Alike Hostas

Not only look-alike hostas but which ones clearly are superior plants.  There
are a ton of white margined hostas like fringe benefit, north hills,
tambourine, frosted jade, francee, and christmas tree.  Now Sagae is white
margined but is distinctive looking.    Similiar coloration but totally
different look-fine.    They all look similiar in the pictures but if you only
wanted to buy two which two would it be. Ventricosa looks like a plant that my
neighbor said was an very old variety called bugle boy.  Anyone know about
bugle boy.  Thanks Chris Braintree Z6 
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