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Re: splashed ventricosa, will it produce variegated seedlings?

  • Subject: Re: splashed ventricosa, will it produce variegated seedlings?
  • From: RBRSSR@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2004 20:52:56 EDT

Ray, my bright gold ventricosa 'Crystal Fountain' started out as a streaked 
but stabilized as all gold - very stable and vigorous grower now. None of the 
seed from it come gold or streaked! all green                Bruce Banyai
H. 'Crystal Fountain' that's one that is not in the Hosta Library yet. I 
would like to see a picture of a bright yellow ventricosa. 

From what I am hearing, it doesn't sound very promising that I would get any 
variegated seedlings from my slightly splashed seedling. I think I will just 
separate the splashed division and hope for more splashing next year, knowing 
it may come up all green. Thanks to all who shared their thoughts.   
Ray Rodgers, Bartonville, IL, Zone 5

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