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Re: Hosta Names


In THJ Volume 28, Number1--1997, "Index of Color Photographs" lists the
following"

Decorata      1983:34
                       1990:1:IBC

Thomas Hogg   (see Undulata Albomarginata)

Undulata Albomarginata    1983:34
                                              1987:1:IFC
                                              1991:2:Opp 44
                                              1994:1:Opp 101
                                              1996:1:BC
                                              1996:2:IBC

BC= Back Cover
IBC= Inside Back Cover
IFC= Inside Front Cover

Preston Littleton ( plittleton@ce.net )
Seaford DE
zone 7



----- Original Message -----
From: <NardaA@aol.com>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 6:17 PM
Subject: Re: Hosta Names


> In a message dated 7/25/00 5:48:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> seabeth@heart.net writes:
>
> <<  Thomas Hogg and
>  Decorata are deemed one and the same.   >>
>
> Curiosity is killing me Beth, where does one go to see this Thomas Hogg
and
> Decorata.  I don't remember seeing either of them anywhere or in any
> publication.  The picture on the Library looks like the numerous Undulata
> Albomarginata that I see around the neighborhood.  It could be that since
> they both look like Albomarginata and that I have not noticed them.
>
> On our last trip to Monticello I remember seeing plantaginea and
> Albomarginata and that these plants were supposed to be in Thomas
Jefferson's
> garden, some of the first hostas brought into this country.  Anyone know
> anything about that, he was famous for his botanical imports.
>
> When my kids describe hostas this is the plant that they are referring to,
> green leaves with a white edge.  N.
>
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