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I have Reversed in my garden. It is on it's 2nd year. Still small.

What can anyone tell my about Reversed? 

Will the leaves get of thick leathery substance like Frances Williams ? 

Mine is getting attacked by bugs, (earwigs and/or slugs) while the thick
leaved Frances Williams is hanging in there unharmed, all 7 plants, in
various locations. I have also noticed Sieboldiana Elegans hanging in
there and the other regular Sieboldiana also unharmed. Of course my Sum &
Substance is also unaffected.

peri, SouthEastern Ontario, mailto:briard-hosta@kos.net

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