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Re: Today's favorite hosta aLLEGAN fOG

My only experience with w. c. is in the bog area which is always wet and it
does great.

At 08:37 PM 9/6/99 EDT, you wrote:
>After looking at picture of  Allegan fog, to me it looks white christmas
>a wider green edge.  Does it have the same growth problems   Recently my 
>white christmas started sending up bicolored leaves with streaking.  Even 
>produced all green leaves.  The plant has looked healthier after doing so
>is still not thriving.    Waiting to see what another year will bring.  
>I would interested in Allegan fog if the leaves had more texture and were 
>thicker.  Because I am looking for plants that do not bleach out as they 
>become lighter.  I have found that thinner leafed hostas are a lot more 
>temperamental.    Any information you have would be helpful.  Thanks Chris
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