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Re: XL and variegated?

James M. Anderson wrote:
>  Ran Lydell wrote,
> >Gerry
> >Our "new" introduction, Eagles Nest, is a sport of Sum and Substance.   Un
> like the others, It has wide , highly defined ,yellow margins, and  deep
> green , cupped and puckered centers.  I expect it will get as large  as S&S.
> Ran,
> Not to be argumentative, but H. Bottom Line, a sport of S&S, also has a well
> defined yellow margin on a green leaf (not as dark as H. Sum it Up).  We
> have sold this Hosta for the last two years (picture of leaf in Hosta
> Library) .  This variety grows somewhat faster the S & S, and I would
> suspect it will also be quite large.
> Mary Chastain has some very large variegated varieties.
> Jim Anderson
> Winterberry Farms Tissue Culture
> ****************
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