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Re: Another hosta ID needed

  • Subject: Re: Another hosta ID needed
  • From: Mike Breiding gwlist@adelphia.net
  • Date: Sun, 14 May 2006 16:39:09 -0400

At 09:58 PM 5/8/2006 , you wrote:
>Mike, here's Wide Brim from a little later in the season, that'd be my 
>first guess as well (always hard to tell from pictures).  It starts out 
>with more yellow but turns more like this picture later in the 
>seaons.  Probably coming in late on this ID request as I haven't had much 
>opportunity to read all the posts lately (but catching up quickly!).
>   Roger

Hi Roger,

The plant pictured here: http://mbreiding.us/hosta_ID_Needed/ is definitely 
not Wide Brim.
The leaf of the plant needing an ID is much thinner and  smoother.

Here is a shot of the two side-by-side:  http://mBreiding.us/yel_riv_wide_brim/

In answer to Paula's question my mystery plants has 9 veins on either side 
of the mid-vein.

If anyone has suggestion on how best to photograph plant for identification 
- I am all ears.


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