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Coloration of Variegated Hostas & c

I wrote WIP that all variegated hostas had at least three colors in the 
I think now I was wrong.I would now say that 99% of them do. The celadine is 
usually there---but I examined H. 'Kabitan' closely today and can note only 
two colors---green and yellow.
Are there others with two colors only? {One must look VERY closely.}

Even Mildred's 'Spilt Milk', which belongs in a class of its very own, has 
three colors.

BTW, speaking of Mildred's hostas. 'Sea Gold' is a MUST if you like the true 

Also, for great growers, one must get Solly's 'Rascal'. 

What about a combined breakfast get together for all three of the listserve 
members at the Ann Arbor Convention? I am sure CH III could get us a private 
room. {I have to have a certain date as I have promised Mildred that I would 
take her to a place that has raisin toast.} 

Hosta of the Year=Yucca Ducka Do (R. Lydell). 

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