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Re: Evaluating seedlings (Was: Re: Beauty Curve in Hostas)

At 07:19 AM 7/7/99 -0500, indianabob wrote:
>>any new or good seedling i share as guest plants with a few friends,it
>serves a dual purpose i.e  grown in a diferent location and incase mine
>gets destroyed (deer foot) i have a backup.  I have a hosta named
>Christmas Gift, a deer stepped on it and mascerated  the crown, lucky i had
>a a backup.
>also, someone may be  able to do a cross i cant do.
Where are these fortunate friends? Are they sufficiently far apart to give
you good info re: different climates? Has this proved to be a useful practice?

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