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Re: "Just green" hostas

At 03:14 PM 28/05/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Been spending a wonderful day planting a couple boxes of new hosta.  One
>section I started is for green hostas, sort of a special bed to show
>how much diversity there can be in plain old green.  I've got eight
>plants now but there's plenty of room to expand.  Anyone one have
>a green, preferably small to medium, hosta to recommend?  Right now
>I've got Sparkling Burgundy, Peter Pan, Misty Morning, Curls, Bold
>Ruffles, tibae, Naikaimo, and Purple Lady Fingers.  I love the fact that
>while all are green each is unique.
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'Tardiflora' is often overlooked but is gorgeous all season.
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