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�Tokudama Aureonebulosa�

Posted by plantgnome 6b//7 (My Page) on
Sun, May 27, 12 at 16:22

my half pint �Tokudama Aureonebulosa�. planted 9/11.

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Planted June 2009: my 'Toku..dam...a Au....reo.......nebu.................ZZZZZZZZZZZ snort ZZZZZZZZZZZ snort ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.

Wake me when it grows up, if ever!

Les

As they say, "a picture is worth a thousand words".


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Oh thought it would get bigger than that-supposedly at least 3 feet wide. Well its cute anyway. Won't be worrying if mine doesn't get to its full size.


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Hey gnome - is that 911 like on Sept. 11 or 9/11 like on Sept. 2011? Neither would surprise me.

Les


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Mine keeps shrinking closer every year into nothingness.

Karen


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Mine is smaller than when I bought it but has begun to grow. They don't like to be moved - period. If you move one you will probably have it regress for a couple-three years and then begin to grow again. This has happened 3 out of 3 times. If mine grows and becomes crowded, everything around it is going to be moved. T. Aureonebulosa stays put. lol

I would LOVE to hear from someone who has had the opposite experience with T. Aureonebulosa. A mature one is a sight to behold. I grew one in Arkansas and left it there rather than trying to move it 550 miles south to north. I figured I would probably have killed it if I tried to move it.

Les


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LOL-a shrinking Hosta-Well I dare not move it. It will stay where I first planted it. It has grown larger from what I received as a half pint. Crossing my fingers, hope I'll be the one to let you know if mine becomes a nice size when mature.


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Here's mine planted in 2006. Has just started showing good growth in the last couple years.
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Mo,

That Tokudama Aureo is just gorgeous. Worth waiting for.

Steve


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Wasn't performing and moved to this spot fall 2009.

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One for perspective.
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Steve


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Those photos from hostamo and waistdeep persuaded me to plant some heuchera Electric Lime beside my Tokudama Aureonebulosa! Gorgeous.


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A nororious slow grower, I suspect if falls into my 'blue hosta in too much shade' group. The ones we tried under a heavy shade Red Pine plantation diminished. Now I have one that gets plenty of morning sun and will try to remember to take and post a picture.

It's beautiful enough to keep trying, methinks!

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Hostamo that is a very handsome hosta.


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This one is a grandpa, and this picture is from 2008. He's a little broader now. I bought him in 1994, planted him here. Every once in a while I take off some eyes because the roots grow in between the rock and the plastic that is under the rock and just lift out....really strange, but sure an easy way to get new starts.

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Wow all of your hostas look gorgeous-hope mine get to put on a show like all of yours. Considering I bought a half pint it will take even longer to get to a decent size. I'm transplanting some tiarella that is going bananas next to it today. I tried Kasandra heuchera but it melted away.


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