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H. 'Fortunei Aureo-marginata' sport

I have a H. 'Fortunei Aureo-marginata' that sported last year. I let the new sport grow the full season attatched to its parent and seperated it in early fall. This new sport is doing very well and is BEAUTIFUL!! It is a shiny pure white leaf with a narrow light green margin with an occasional streak of green to the center of the leaf. Has any one heard of it? Or do I have the only in existance (lucky me!) I have looked in every hosta book that I have.

Mike Groothuis
Niles, MI

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