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 I dont have 60 but about 300 hostas, 100 of which are species and 
their varieties many from the wild Last year I did make 2500 crosses 
by hand half of them did set seed . You still think I dont have 
experience? If you are interested in some background to my rule of 
thumb you could read some of my earlier articles as these were 
destined for that puprpose The last article is just on identity not 
about explaining sports.

You are right about allium, the seed coat is indeed attached to the 
cotyledon and it is exactly the same in hosta, easily visible if you 
dont cover the seeds
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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