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Re: sieboldiana 'Gold Edge'

Clyde, Bill Nash and others wondering if Northern Sunray)Walters 1987)
is the same as 'Gold Edge'...I don't think so. Look in the Hosta Finder,
the Hosta Wheel document or any other reference and you will find
Northern Sunray described as mediovariegated...not with an edged
variegation pattern.

There are several synonyms or look alikes to a yellow or gold margined
sieboldiana which have gold, yellow and edge in the  name ...how about
Gilt Edge (Tompkins), Squash Edge(Donahue),Yellow Edge (Williams No.
383). These come close to Gold Edge.

Jim Hawes

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