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H. Hallie's Honor

Posted by jennaj_z4mn 4 (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 12, 14 at 11:23

I haven't been on GW for a couple of years, but I plan on changing that! Many of my hostas are starting to mature and look gorgeous! My Hallie's Honor is about 4' across now. I love the frosted mint green and corrugation on this plant!
H. Hallie's Honor photo 44861A97-2FD5-4F22-AC59-DA9AE4F48C44.jpg


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Love the color! Does it stay this color all season? I've never heard of this one. Going to look it up right now.


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there is no pic no info at the library .;..

you ought to send your pic to bob

ken


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Yes, it does stay this soft lime all summer. Ken-I will try to send it to him. Thanks!!


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Nice hosta. Welcome back, you won't regret it.
Beverly


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Wow, that's really nice.

Don B.


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It's in the library.

Don B.

Along with a nice new pic that looks familiar. : )

This post was edited by Don_in_Colorado on Fri, Jun 13, 14 at 1:10


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and thats how we grow our library ... a sublime pic of a mature clump ..

wonder why i couldnt find it yesterday ... must have been a brain fart ...

thx for sending it to the library ...

ken


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Thanks for the beautiful mature hosta pic for the Library, Jenna! Way to go, Ken for pointing the way! :-)

Jo


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That is a show stopper for sure. It looks to have similar coloring as Cold Heart, but with that fabulous corrugation...love it!


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