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Re: 'Fukurin Ko Mame' or 'Kifukurin Ko Mame'??


In a message dated 05/16/2000 11:00:22 PM Central Daylight Time, 
Cidjohnson@aol.com writes:

<< 
 I have 'Kifukurin Ko Mame' labeled in my garden but I don't see it in the 
 2000 Hosta Finder, but I DO see 'Fukurin Ko Mame'.  Is this the same plant 
 and was there a name change? or did I just have the wrong name all along??  
  >>


Plant is correctly labeled as 'Kifukurin Ko Mame'

Schmid says "Ko" means small and "Mame" means pea.


The above Hosta is a great edging plant around stones or bricks. It's a bit 
Stoloniferous and forms a slowly spread clump the grows only 1 inch or so 
high.

Like most short growing Hosta one needs to keep up with weed control.

Paul

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