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Re: Tetraploids in Hosta

In a message dated 3/23/01 11:24:13 Eastern Standard Time, Giboshiman@aol.com 

<< Further, there are triploids in daylilies and I have made crosses with 
"trips" and gotten both "tets" and "dips".
True...further, there are hexaploids and polyploid DLs!  I remember reading 
somewhere that hosta that were treated with colchicine yielded tetraploid and 
polyploid chromosome count hosta.  I don't remember if dip & tet were on the 
same hosta.

Would the same hold true for tet hosta being able to be crossed with only tet 


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