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Re: Hosta Wheels

	There already exists a plant called Sweet Dreams.  It is a cream/white 
centered sport from Gold Standard.  I don't know if it is registered, 
but is in the trade.  Does Princess Anastasia show the characteristic 
browining on the yellow part of the leaf as do most sieboldianas that 
have sported yellow?  If it doesn't that will be a great improvement 
over the other mediovatigated elegans sports.  Thanks for notifying me 
of these sports.
Tom Micheletti
The Hosta Patch
Barrington, IL z5
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