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Re: Got the Blues

In a message dated 6/8/1998 2:27:47 PM Central Daylight Time,
da1olam@atlas.moa.net writes:

<< Three of my favorites are Blue Betty Lou,Winnfield Blue (very distinctive
 blue when mature},and Someone loan me a dime!!?? >>
I like your third choice the best! <BG>

For plants that are in the trade, I think Winfield Blue is the best of all. 
Next year or the year after,  Hosta 'Blue Star' will be for sale. (This isn't
one of my intros.) 
I sent the pixlist a pic of a small division of it. It is outstanding--a true
sky blue.

If you or anyone else would like the image, I'll be happy to send. Just eee me

Clyde Crockett z5 ccredux@aol.com  Indy IN 
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