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Re: What's a sport?

Hello again Bill
I think I now get what you are suggesting Bill but do we really need to follow the rest of the perennial world? A hosta is a hosta is a hosta! LOL
The Wide Brim needs a pic really but it was commented on by many on my open day. It is very uniformily cupped and was very regular in shape (til the new leaves arrived.)
----- Original Message -----
From: Bill Meyer
Subject: Re: What's a sport?

Hi Tim,
Why is the 'Wide Brim' striking?

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