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Re: Mass planting and hosta size

Gerry all I can tell you is that plants that grow from 36 to 40 inches for me 
reach up to 5 to 6 feet in the northern states.  I am registering a new 
plant, Lakeside Maverick, this year that is now 7 feet wide for me.  I wonder 
what it will be in the North?  For me it out does Sum & Substance.  Its young 
seedlings went from the plant room into two gallon pots this spring.  Maybe 
if we keep trying we can get the big ones here.
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