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I am interested in getting a hosta that I can hybridize and get
variegated seedlings from.
I know about using streaked pod parents and how that works.
But I do not have any.
I have no real plan at this time of where I want to go with this
other than trying this out and learning more about this subject.
I am interested in ideas of what types of hostas to obtain as pod
parents and
good hostas to pollinate them with.
I have seen some in catalogs and have read about a small few but would
like to know
about peoples own experiences with them and what they think.
Matt H. (Aiken, SC)

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