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Re: H. 'Twilight' and others

Hi-Was down to visit Ran Lydells garden a few weeks ago. Saw  a new one to
me Dark Star.I have a three year old clump of Peace which is really nice.
Lucy Vitols is one of my Favorites. Have a all/green sport of it that I
have to get busy and register.My wifes mother passed away last week so got
behind on some of the gardening work.Had a   odd thing happen this year.Had
seven clumps odf Daylillies that didn't bloom this year that are now in
bloom. Have a scape coming up on the new plant  that I just purchased by
the name of First NightIf it wasn't so late in the fall you should see 
these plants growing in my garden-Wes HydZone 6=Rochester,New York

> From: Joanne Pyszczek <jopyz@earthlink.net>
> To: hosta-open@mallorn.com
> Subject: Re: H. 'Twilight' and others
> Date: Thursday, October 01, 1998 7:03 AM
> SECK138@aol.com wrote:
> > 
> > Really appreciate the response.  Great Expectations which I have and
love has
> > definitely made the cut.  I will look into obsession.   I am interested
> > Donahue's piecrust, midwest magic, on stage, el capitan, peace,
> > frosted jade, azure snow, flame switch, kinkaku, uzu no mai, tattoo,
> > fragrant blue, elvis lives, fair maiden, daybreak, blue arrow, abiqua
> > moonbeam, fried green tomatoes, inniswood, kifukurin Ko mame, lucy
> > mildred seaver, northern exposure, shining tot,  Any one have these
plants and
> > do you love them
> I have Azure Snow-beautiful and grows fairly quickly
> Fragrant Blue, Kifukurin Ko Mame and Fair Maiden, all are new plants but
> doing very well.  I'd also like to get Blue Arrow.  Uzo No Mai I've been
> warned doesn't do very well in my area(Western Ny zone 5/6) so I've
> resisted it even though I find it so unique.
> Joanne
> jopyz@earthlink.net
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