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Some more small hostas

Garden Nut wrote:
> It's just started raining here in Lansing.  I am grateful!  Hope
> it lasts at least 24 hours.
> I am trying to find the names of all the small hostas I can
> identify.  I have lemon-line, Stilleto, tiny tears, Little Jim,
> Rock princess, Green eyes, Green Elf,  and Chartreuse Wiggles.
How about Blond Elf, Masquerade, Lights Up, Gaijin, Blue Moon, Sparky,
Peter Pan I'm not sure how big you may still consider small. Jim's
Hostas (Jim Schwarz(?)) carries a lot of small ones and Jim is on the
list. I know there are lots more.
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