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Re: Future intros?

At 09:43 PM 11/22/1999 -0800, you wrote:
>What are some hostas that you would like to see introduced in the
>future? Either crosses or variants of existing hostas.
>Mine are:
>1.Medio-variegated 'Invincible'
>    -those shiney leaves with a white center would be great
>2.Any variegated sport of 'Fragrant Blue'
>    -if 'FB' had the coloring of 'June'...amazing
>3.A large gold with piecrusted margins with deep red petioles
>4.A sieboldiana-type with fragrant flowers
>5.A gold nigrescens
>...to name a few. What are yours?
>Mike Groothuis
>Kalamazoo, MI
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>1. golden kikuttii

2.lakeside  coalminer  with a gold edge (boilermaker)

3. clarence owens  big  green dragonette in my woods

4.varigated  yingerii, but thts out as korean snow
5. the pollen of bill brinckas Fire island  on all my plants

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