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RE: bizzare sum and substance

This is relatively common for seedlings (I've seen it on about 5 out of 3000 seedlings this spring--is that common?). Sometimes the leaves look like funnels. It appears as though the edges of the leaf have "fused" or grown together. I don't know what causes it and the leaves form normally thereafter.
Norm Lesch
Manchester, MD
-----Original Message-----
From: Cheryl Nelson [mailto:bip@tds.net]
Sent: Thursday, June 03, 1999 10:34 AM
To: Hosta Open; Hosta Robin
Subject: bizzare sum and substance

I was just at local nursery where a 'Sum and Substance' had a leaf that had formed a seemless tube like a jack in the pulpit .Now how bizarre is that?
How does one insure their "Freckles" actually develops them.  How much light do some of you have yours in?  bip@tdsnet.com

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