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Re: hostas with short flowering scapes

In a message dated 9/25/1999 9:54:55 AM Central Daylight Time, 
RONLIVES@prodigy.net writes:

<< Chris,
    I think that too many hostas have scapes which are disproportionately
 long. If you want shorter scapes, try Harmony.
 Ron >>

I like tall scapes on some plants, one year I had a ginkgo Craig that grew 
flat on the ground, it could not have had a leaf more than 1/2 in above the 
soil surface.
When late summer came it had a scape that was 4 feet tall, now that was a 
A tall wand of purple flowers waving over a carpet of white and green.

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