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Re: Your recommendations please

  • Subject: Re: Your recommendations please
  • From: "P. Bracey" <pbracey@mtco.com>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2001 09:14:28 -0500

Aha, I think Plantaginea just might be one of my 'unknowns'! :)
Do you know of a site where pics can be posted for identification?
As for Savannah Supreme, it is the streaking that caught my eye!
Thanks for your input Linda!

----- Original Message -----
From: "Linda" <falkora@smig.net>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2001 8:20 AM
Subject: Re: Your recommendations please

> P. Bracey,
> Some of my favorites, none of which are expensive, which you don't have
> 1.  Paradigm   just got this last year and it looks like a mature
> clump this year already!  I think it will get even better.
> Gold/blue/green variegation. simply beautiful!
> 2.  Queen Josephine   vigorous, very shiny green leaf with bright gold
> 3.  Ming Treasure   you don't have plantiginea!  This is a hybrid?
> sport? anyway descended from plantiginea, with huge fragrant white
> flowers, green leaves with cream margins.  My favorite fragrant after
> 'Guacamole', although I got two new fragrants this year, 'Stained
> Glass' and 'Redolent Nosegay' that may surpass them all!
> 4.  Savannah   much cheaper than 'Savannah Supreme'; fragrant, cream
> edges, so unless the streaking is what you want, a good substitute.
> 5.  Second Wind   an all green sport of 'Whirlwind'.  This is a
> gorgeous plant, very dark leaves, makes a beautiful mound, much
> larger than its parent.
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