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Hosta 'Broardway Frances' & H. 'King Edward'

Before Ran's catalog came out I received approximately 50 calls for
these---from people who did not know these are Ran's exclusives. 
These are only available from Ran. Indeed I have none myself!
 It is as if there were a runway at R. Lauren's Spring Show.

There is no business like hosta business, to coin a phrase.

I named 'King Edward' after Edward II of England---the most royal of the
It is indicative of its pedigree. Edward II was the son of Edward I who was
the direct descendant of Henry II and Eleanor of Acquitaine, who was married
to at least two kings and related to every royal house in Europe.  

Clyde Crockett z5
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