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Re: Sunshine Glory

I really want this plant.  Is it really as good as it looks. Is it gold, gold
green, or green with light green edge or gold green with gold edge?  Pictures
can be deceiving.  I just got Sugar and Cream and Sea Thunder.  Both of them
looked a little different from pictures.  The Sea Thunder has similar coloring
to my great expectations and Sugar and Cream has similar coloring to my
Fragrant Bouquet.  Even though the leaves are different.  I never would have
guessed that from the pictures.   Chris from Braintree Z5  Anyone else have
this problem?  I have two plants that I bought as Flunctuans Variegated which
is now Sagae.  They have slightly different coloring but look like same plant.
One that is more mature is a little bit lighter green.  The immature plant is
more blue/green.  Does it get a lighter green with age.  Do other hostas
change color as they age?  New to all of this.
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