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Re: October Hostas


CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:
> 
> Tell us some of your hostas that look as good now as they did in May.
> 
> My (partial) list:
> Regal Splendor
> the kikutii group
> Yukka Ducka Do
> Northern Halo
> montana f. macrophylla
> So Sweet
> 
> Clyde Crockett
>********
Good topic Clyde, and always of intrest to me.
Big Daddy
Saybrook Surprise
Halcyon
Golden surprise. 
Golden apider
Heartsong
Sum and Substance.
Eagles Nest
Striker
Antioch
Birchwood Elegans
rupigraga
Thebe
Concord Grapes
Lake Michigan
Pacer
Peridot
Snowden
Lakeside Symphony
plantigenia
Kinba
Just some that still look great
Ran
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