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Hybrid needed, please

Hosta hybridizers,

Here's a hosta I'd like to see. Perhaps it already exists?? Anyway, I like
the little H. venusta for its tiny size and stoloniferous spreading habit;
I like H. plantaginea for its flower shape and fragrance. I would love to
see a small hybrid between the 2. It would be a small floriferous fragrant
plant that would look wonderful scrambling in the cracks of a east-facing
rock wall among ferns.


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It tasted TERRIBLE, but it sure held a lot of gravy." Victor Borge

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