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Re: Moving On

Hi Joe
In essence this is the purpose of the "Streakies List" on the Library site.
I just need more info to fill in a lot more stars! LOL
Tim over the pond
----- Original Message -----
From: <halinar@open.org>

> We also need to know just what streaked hostas produce streaked
> seedlings.  For example I was looking at the hosta library the other
> day and noticed a lot of streaked seedlings from Neat Splash.  Now,
> the question is, do all crosses with Neat Splash as pod parent produce
> steaked seedlings?  Are there streaked hostas that don't produce any
> streaked progeny?

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