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> Hi, You all,
> On the pixlist a picture of H. Loyalist was presented, which looked just like a
> very old hosta  I have.  I thought Loyalist was a fairly recent hosta.  I
> have learned that two plants might look alike but are not necessarily
> genetically identical -- I guess.  I was curious because my plants which look
> like Loyalist have produced a plant with a fine white line up the center of the
> green leaf.
> My question is this:  Are my old plants possibly Loyalist or do they simply
> resemble it?
> Also,  does anyone have a comment about the new plant they have produced.?
> At one time I simply planted.  Because of what I read on this list, I now find
> that I am really seeing them in a way I did not do before.



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