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Re: Can you tell me who intro's the 'Tucker' hostas?



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>ANY INFO WOULD BE APPRECIATED......KEN

Ken,  The 'Tucker' hostas were introduced by Ray Stephens of Tucker, GA. 
Ray is the co-founder of the Ga. Hosta Society (along with George 
Schmid). I offer Tucker Valentine which is now blooming with extremely 
tall scapes. It must be crossed with a nigrescens because both have the 
same tall scapes and blooms. Leaves are an elongated heart shape of 
green.
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