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Re: seeds


In a message dated 11/23/1998 5:44:18 PM Central Standard Time, Meum71@aol.com
writes:

<< My H. lancifolia produced a lot of
 seed. Strange for a plant said to be sterile.  >>
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Congrats;but, you might have Hosta cathyana--how many pairs of veins do your
plants have? What is the average L and W of the leaves? What colors were the
flowers? 

The Undulatas are also reputedly sterile but some have gotten vaible seed from
that group.

Good Luck and keep us posted.


Clyde Crockett z5
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