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Re: White Hostas


Lu Treadway wrote:
> 
> >The most notable of the "white" hostas, is one called "White
> Trouble",
> > an undulata sport that folks find occasionally.
> 
> Ran, or anyone...
> 
> An where does one go about acquiring this puppy? It's been on my
> hunt, seek, and conquer list for ever! That along with Hosta La
> Vista... The ever evasive varieties that escape my clutches...Sigh.
> 
> Am I just going to have to marry someone that has it and say
> possession in 9/10ths? Double sigh...
> 
> Anyone wanna set up a trade? That sounds better than "anyone not
> married and have these puppies", doesn't it?
> 
> LOL!
> 
> Lu  (Atlanta Zone 7B)
> 
> PS: These aren't patented are they, lord I don't want to start
> another one of those discussions. (psst, Tony, still have my Tattoo
> intact!!)
> 
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Lu
I hope this dosn't seem to upsetting, but those are two Hostas that are
not worth owning.  Lavista Is somply very hard to keep alive.  For most
it dosn't grow much, if it does live.  White Trouble, Is a plant I have
had for a few years untill this spring.  It simply didn't come up.
Ran
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