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Re: Hosta Names

i may be wrong here, it certainly wouldn't be the first time such a thing has 
happened, but somewhere in the far reaches of my mind, it seems many years 
ago i read something somewhere about there being two thomas hoggs, father/son 
perhaps?  living on opposite sides of the atlantic, each had a hosta named 
after him, one is now known as decorata and the other now known as undulata 
albomarginata.  can anyone out there help me out?  please tell me it wasn't 
one of my weird dreams

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