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Re: Breeders' Rights

  • Subject: Re: Breeders' Rights
  • From: DFHardt@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 17:21:25 EDT

I went to a nursery in Plymouth last week .They had alot of Striptease that
had reverted back to green. Among them I discovered one that became quite
streaked. Of course I scooped it up quickly  and divided it up and got three
nice size treaked Striptease hostas out of it. I didn;t realize how common it
was in that hosta(Striptease) Did you have the same thing happen to you?

Dave Hardt
3 BA Drive
PO Box 746
Carver, MA  02330

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