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Three ways to combine yellow margin/green middle

Posted by moccasinlanding z9A AL (My Page) on
Wed, May 14, 14 at 18:07

Look at this combination of 3 hosta.
All have yellow margins and green midleafs. They are not reverses like the June/Teatime/EnglishSunrise trio.

Each of these has a different approach to a great color combination. Summer Breeze, Luna Moth, Goodness Gracious.

Do you have any more to show? I think the nicest feature about growing in POTS, is the opportunity to shuffle things around and notice similarities and differences. Side by side, you see the differences, even with totally green plain hosta. You can always spot something if you look maybe one has less substance and more slug bites. Or a white back. Or some spots on the petioles....

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RE: Three ways to combine yellow margin/green middle

An interesting one I just did accidentally. Sweet Innocence and Fragrant Queen. (These are very young, Fragrant Queen will to be dark green.)


RE: Three ways to combine yellow margin/green middle

Bk, I was just wondering how Sweet Innocence and Fragrant Queen compare...I love the look of FQ!

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