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Re: Patriot

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>From: Garden Nut <gardenofeden@mci2000.com>
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>I went and splurged on Patriot this a.m.  It is absolutely
>gorgeous.  Also moved several hostas to a trough.  I can't
>believe my season gardening is actually done right now!  Was very
>surprised to find one hosta with a flower scape showing already.
>Would some one please tell me the difference between tiny tears
>and stilleto?  I suspect my tiny tears disappeared but the sign
>got moved to stilleto.
>Diana Pederson, Michigan, Zone 5, United States
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Tiny Tears is very small-leaved (thumb sized leaves and green) while 
Stilleto has lanceate shaped leaves, trimmed with a fine gold edge, 
about 6" long, grows about 6" tall and is stoloniferous.

Bob Leask

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