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re: Re: walmart hostas

<<< Sharmon turns all green by the end of the season >>
< Hi All!
<I recently sent a pic of 'Sharmon' to the pixlist. The older it gets, the 
<longer the marvelous variegation lasts. Mine now remains variegated until 
<If anyone would like to see the pic, please eee me.
<Clyde Crockett<

I had Sharmon a few years ago. I really enjoyed it for the first 2 seasons.
Then it turned all green at the end of one season and never came up
variegated again. It apparently reverted to all-green. I really like this
hosta (when its not all green !), but I'm reluctant to try it again. Anyone
have an idea how often it reverts ?

whose zone 4 hostas are all up and accounted for, except On Stage :-(  

Susan Little DVM
Diplomate ABVP (Feline)
Bytown Cat Hospital
Ottawa, Canada
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