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Re: Hosta Wheel


Jim,
My next question would be-- How accurate would determining the color be, as
the amount of sun which a Hosta recieves directly effects its color.

Ray Wiegand z5
Mentor, Ohio

Jim Hawes wrote:
The color wheel is a chart with 24 colors to help determine the most

> accurate color(s) which represent(s) the specific clone (sport) being
> studied to determine its most accurate description in several
> characterisitcs, not just color however. This data will be transposed
> into other formats for varying uses, such as lists with data (data base)
> in the form of code numbers. Such information on color in hosta leaves
> may be helpful in solving the problems of synonymy within groups of
> sports.
>
>
> Jim Hawes
>

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