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Strange Problem

I have two H. sieboldiana 'Elegans' that are growing very strange this
year. The leaves are a light blue green and half the size if the same
variety next to it. The leaves also have the same number of veins but
are just on much smaller leaves. The hosta has grown four of these half
sized, color lacking leaves and then just quit. At the base of the
petioles is on final leaf only 2 inches across, also fully unfurled. The
hostas two feet from it are growing just fine. What is going on? Does it
have anything to do with the very mild winter.

Mike Groothuis
Niles, MI zone 5

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