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Re: seeds

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

<< My H. lancifolia produced a lot of
 seed. Strange for a plant said to be sterile.  >>

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

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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