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Re: new hosta from root

In a message dated 6/8/1999 8:45:41 PM Central Daylight Time, 
wie1086@mail.harborcom.net writes:

 I have a few stray host's on my property. They are sitting where I once
 had and moved the same variety. My guess is, some root was left in the
 ground and another plant grew from it. Can Hosta be propagated from root
 clippings? Or would it be a better to assume that seed dropped before I
 moved them?

If the root still has a small piece of crown material attached to it, it can 
grow a new eye.  I have not ever seem roots by them selves grow new eyes. 

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