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Re: Blue Arrow

At 08:12 AM 6/30/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Does anyone know the origination of the name of this hosta?  Its scape is
>so purple its almost blue looking and with the bud about to open, looks
>just like a blue arrow.  Then again, the leaves are arrow shaped.
>Does anyone know the originatior of this plant and how it acquired its
>Roy Dales
>Milton, VT
>Z 3/4
>To sign-off this list, send email to majordomo@mallorn.com with the
>ken anderson fm  minn. is the originator     i have a blue arrow cross with
nigressens   called  Yankee Blue  twice as big  and bluer
 being registered this yr mi have a pic if u want to see it


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