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Re: Jpegs needed

  • Subject: Re: Jpegs needed
  • From: JSchw94560@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 13 Mar 2002 01:37:40 EST
  • Content-language: en


<< Subj:     Jpegs needed
 Date:  3/12/2002 5:30:39 PM Central Standard Time
 From:  Giboshiman@aol.com

 
Does anyone out there have good JPEGs of 
 the following they would let me use for Potomac Hosta Club purposes.


Hi Kevin,

Here is what I have of pictures and descriptions at these websites; Hope this 
will help.

============================================================ 
 "'Hatsushimo' seedling"

http://pstr-m04.ygpweb.aol.com/data/008/13/6A/1D/78/kvGl4CeyfMTmUH1U1UKFKGyABR

CazPWC0180.jpg

Hosta montana "Hatsushimo Seedling" Very unusual seedling of Hosta montana 
from Gotemba Nursery;mottled and streaked, green and white foliage; 
large-sized mound that is late emerging in the spring. 
=================================================
 H. 'Whirlwind Tour' 

http://pstr-m05.ygpweb.aol.com/data/00A/06/DF/CF/D2/KUczPv7ZL8Xqq9pJIHzkcnzzzc

P3UQCw0180.jpg

Hosta 'Whirlwind Tour' (Zilis) A small clumping light green-chartreuse 
changing to rich creamy yellow center with a dark green margined leaves.A new 
sport of H. ‘Whirlwind’ that was named in England by Mike Shadrack.
===========================================
 H. 'Captain Kirk' 
http://pstr-m01.ygpweb.aol.com/data/004/7A/80/E8/F7/clNlt9vy5rtitDLCfTHgr0VSzi

MxQfUv0180.jpg

Hosta 'Captain Kirk’ (Brill 99) is a sport of ‘Gold Standard’ with wider 
dark green margins and better substance. It holds its color longer than its 
parent.  Makes a large clump and grows fast.
=========================================================
 H. 'Whirling Dervish'

http://www.jimshostas.com/himage/whirlingdervish2.jpg

Hosta 'Whirling Dervish' An exciting new reverse sport of H.'Whirlwind'. A 
small mounding plant with blue-green centered and wide creamy white margined 
leaves.
======================================================
 H. 'Dippity Dew'

http://www.jimshostas.com/himage/dippitydew2.jpg
and
http://www.jimshostas.com/himage/dippitydew.jpg

 Hosta 'Dipptiy Dew' (Schwarz 99) A medium to large mounding plant(40" dia. x 
30" high) Intensely blue-green, with a 2" wide golden yellow margin, 
courrugated nearly round leaves.
 

Jim Schwarz  

web site: http://<A HREF="www.Jimshostas.com">www.JimsHostas.com</A>

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