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Identification help.......again:)

Posted by gabbygardner 05 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 2, 12 at 0:14

Here is a lovely little hosta I have actually had for 3 years. I know that is young, but it also had a little frost damage this Spring, so some leaves (on the left) are a little messed up.

So, it may be a while before it looks normal enough to ID. It's at a weird angle as well, sorry:)

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Thanks for any help, you guys are awesome!!!

G


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RE: Identification help.......again:)

My guess is Frances Williams, but I am not like all as educated as all of you!

Thanks for looking:)

G


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RE: Identification help.......again:)

Definitely not FW. Looks like Wide Brim to me.

Steve


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VWSYCGW - is the acronym for "Vote with Steve you can't go wrong!"

Les

ps: another would be VWkYCGW. So what do you do when VWSYCGW and VWkYCGW disagree? Beats me! Go out and pull a weed?


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RE: Identification help.......again:)

Looks like Wide Brim to me, too. Here is a pic of my Wide Brim (left) next to Frances Williams.

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RE: Identification help.......again:)

Could it be American Halo? Home Depot has been selling that as dry-root, so I'm seeing it more often.


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RE: Identification help.......again:)

Well, now you know why I don't try to help ID anyone else's plants!!! Lol;)

Thank you all so much!! I do have a Wide Brim in the front hosta bed, I will definitely compare!!

G


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