Hosta Seed TRADING (seed for seed) = ANYONE?
- Subject: Hosta Seed TRADING (seed for seed) = ANYONE?
- From: Bill Nash <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 17:04:30 -0500
***FREE TRADE*** HOSTA SEED IS AVAILABLE FOR STRAIGHT TRADING (seed for
seed with no money needed).
I am interested in other than hosta seeds therefore, if you have
something you might like to trade me for hosta-seeds, then please tell me
about it -- Daylily (hem-seed?) is my second favorite to hostas?
Below is my partial listing, first draft, of hosta seed stored in freezer
right now. Please note that: hosta seed stored frozen, will keep
germination viability in tact for 20 years.
<----- HOSTA SEEDS AVAILABLE for 2002 growing season is below
*FIRST FILIAL GENERATION (F1 - open pollinated seed)*
Ruffles: sieboldiana Elegans hybrid, having blue ruffled leaf edge; white
flowers and large size
Piecrust: montana hybrid, good breeder for piecrust marginated leaf
edges, white flowers.
Blue: (unknown parentage) Aden intoduction 1988. Earlier flowering
than many other fragrant types.
Fragrant Bouquet derivative
Splendor: code-name was Hirao59; from the late Dr. Hirao of Japan,
Cascade: montana sp. Macrophylla derivative, The Hosta Tree (my codename
of this seed)
Halcyon mutation in TC; puts up some nice yellow leaf offspring, having
good leaf substance.
Isabelle Burnet: Sum & Substance derivative, glossy leaf with
creamish edging. and large growing.
Black Satin: ventricosa hybrid, dark green leaves, deep purple
Merangue: hypleuca hybrid, light yellow leaves.
Cherry: Cherry Berry hybrid, habing bright reddish-purple scapes,
Special/Mikawa-no-Yuki: Kikutii derivative
Tardiana Dorset Blue (F4) derivative; heavy leaf substance, very slug
Elegans, puts up nice large blue-leaf progeny, having white
Frances Williams, as above
Milk: parentage unknown, looks streaky-like, but no striated offspring
Gosan (species) upright, shiny deep-veing leaves; purple florets
Blue Moon TF 2 X 2 (tardianas are from sieboldiana Elegans X Tardiflora
cross) good leaf substance.
Camelot TF 2 X 27
Halcyon TF 1 X 7
Bells: Beatrice derivative; purple fls, very profusive bloom; dark green
Giboshi, a long/tall scaped sieboldiana from the late Yoshie Hirao.
species: tetraploid, apomixic & reproducting similar plants from
seed, dark glossy leaf, deep purple flower.
*F2 FILIAL GENERATION (or higher) HOSTA SEED* from the Bill Nash
<subnote> wherever you see "Giboshi"(meaning
"Hosta" in Japan?) : that seed origin was from same.
Giboshi: sieboldii derivative hybrid, having red coloring inside floret
sieboldii-giboshi derivative (seed from Japan)
Piecrust, Alex Summers introduction, pedigree unknown.
giboshi-seed from Japan
Piecrust (special selection) for very large leaves and high
Bouquet, giboshi-seed from Japan. H. tardiflora var. hypophylla
giboshi, seed originating from Japan
Piecrust (selected yellowish leaf seedling) seed-strain code-named Glen's
Piecrust (selected yellow leaf, excellent ruffling, white florets)
seed-strain code-named 'Merna's Yellow Piecrust'
Supreme, supposed polyploid (Rudolph#2/HiraoT66-02 derivatives) Bright
grn lvs, wavy edging, lav fls.
Zeus (supposed Tetraploid) seed origin Peter Ruh, was also called
Gboshi: "brilliant hosta" glossy leaf, good substance, longipes
Type ONE-RL: seed originating from Ransom Lydell, donated to WNYHS Seed
Urajiro Hachijo X Hirao 59 -TN: (hand-cross by Toyozo Nakayama in
var latifolia: large selected seedling, seed-strain code-named
seed from Alex Summers seedlings, having Japanese seed pedigree H.
Carpet: Robyn Duback introduction, Emarald Carpet derivative.
- TN: selected large leaf form, seed origin, Toyozo Nakayama Japan
X sieboldiana - TN, a selected large form, seed from Japan
True Blue - PR (selected) seed-strain code-named "Deep Blue
Oceans" ..seed origin Peter Ruh.
giboshi: -TN: (selection for very tall scapes and large plant,
giboshi-seed from Japan.
giboshi: - TN: seed originating from Japan
species: thick glossy leaves, late lav fls, no slug/insect damages,
attractive into snowtime
Big One (selected) code-named 'Big'blue White'Flowering' = seed-strain
& line-bred, highly fertile.
Jima Giboshi: sieboldii f. spathulata dwarf group derivative, light
purple florets, appearing pink.
Giboshi, seto = pycnophylla, akebono = small sized.
IBARAKI giboshi - TN: a selection from Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan.
Bells: selected for redness in petioles/scapes.
- TN: seed originating from Japan
*STRIATED BREEDER-POTENTIAL HOSTA SEED*
"RULE ONE" -- Only seed coming from striated-leaf pod-parents
(Maternal Aspect?) will provide for variegated hosta offspring
results. When also selects striped scapes and streaked pods as
well; then striated seedling results, are pretty well guaranteed.
The following, is from my line-breeding seed-strain endeavors:
Ribbons (streaky form) -- F3 unselected
Choice -- F2 unselected
Choice: [Beatrice seedling X Frances Williams derivative) --
F2 SSS selected seed
Suzette: as above, but unselected …code-name = *Let's Streak -
Suzette: (striated leaf form) -- Fifth filial generation (F5)
…SSS'selected seed ..seed-strain code-named: *Let's Streak - F5*
Flash -- F2 -- Dorothy Benedict derivative. SSS selected seed.
Seed-strain codename: Rose Has Hot Flashes.
Flash -- F2 ..unselected
Seaver -- F2 -- unselected
Seaver --F3 -- sss selected (streak X Frances Williams pedigree) large
leaf streaky; codenamed: John Kee <line bred>
-- F3 -- sss selected seed (Aden 1978) (Yellow Splash X Neat Splash
-- F4 -- sss selected, line-bred selection, seed-strain codenamed:
Komachi -- F2 sss selected, selection of largest leaf &
Komachi -- F2 unselected (sieboldii/rectifolia derivative?)
IF INTERESTED, write: "Bill Nash, 157 Harvard Road, Guelph, ON., CA.
OR EMAIL: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
*DISCLAIMER* -- Seed availability is geared to a first come first served
basis, until depleted, and no guarantee on seed being available is given
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