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Garden walk May10 (part 2)

Posted by caliloo z6/7 (My Page) on
Thu, May 10, 12 at 17:49

And a few more.....

HEART AND SOUL and WYLDE GREEN CREAM identical at maturity
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JEWEL OF THE NILE
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KOREAN SNOW
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LITTLE DOLL
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LITTLE SUNSPOT
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LAKESIDE BABY FACE
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MAYAN MOON
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MISS LINDA SMITH (Art Wrede says it is the best red stemmed hosta he ever hybridized)
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OLIVE BAILEY LANGDON
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RE: Garden walk May10 (part 2)

That color combination on Miss Linda Smith is very nice.

Thanks for the pics.

Paul


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RE: Garden walk May10 (part 2)

The one you listed as Little Sunspot,doesn't look right. Mine are both variegated? Phil


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RE: Garden walk May10 (part 2)

Is your Little Sunspot (or whatever it is, Hosta_freak is right, I thought they were variegated) burning at the edges already? And are those baby columbine growing in the background of that pic?

Your Mayan Moon looks really happy in its location. And I do like those purple stems on Miss Linda


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RE: Garden walk May10 (part 2)

Sheesh! All I can say is I am dumb enough that I found the garden tag in the lawn and stuck it in (early season) where I *thought* it was planted.

So... it is in a bed where all the hosta names start with "S" (yes, I *DO* know Little starts with "L") so it begins with S.... guesses welcome!

Alexa

PS And yes, I have an entire bed with "S" hostas....

Sagae,
Stiletto
St Paul
Striptease
Stained Glass
Swoosh
Sunpower
Sweet Home Chicago

and I did that from memory so I probably forgot a few....


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RE: Garden walk May10 (part 2)

I've been considering Miss Linda Smith, your picture got it put on the must have list!

I love it, an "S" bed!

Gesila


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