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Re: Hosta Names


In a message dated 07/25/2000 5:34:33 PM Central Daylight Time, 
plittleton@ce.net writes:

<< 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  >>

Undulata albomarginata is a larger plant that Decorata 'Thomas Hogg' 
But the problems seems to be in the origin of plants sold under the name 
'Thomas Hogg'

This plant has come from Europe and as has been the case with many other 
plants, many diffrent and dissimilar plants were sent off to the USA that 
were not correctly named.

I am sure that many Undulata albomarginata's were sold as 'Thomas Hog' thus 
making ID confusing to those that do not have the correct plant.



Paul
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