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Blue Arrow

Odd that you should mention that, Narda - I don't know many who have 
Blue Arrow, but those who do see it in my garden always make note of it, 
and/or ask for a division of it.  It is a very unique hosta. I bought 
mine on a whim, sight unseen and am very happy with it.  It seems to 
change through the season, and looks a little different every time I 
look at it.

NardaA@aol.com wrote:

>Diane, I planted a whole mass of Blue Arrow at school and they are very 
>unique.  They do not seem to be very popular with many people though.  N.
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