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Dick ward or what?

Posted by sherrygirl none5 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 20, 14 at 22:47

Have had this hosta for about ten years and dont remember what it is. I thought I had a Dick Ward and thought this was it but it doesnt look like the pictures i checked. Its been moved, thats my problem. Im in zone 5 and no flowers yet. It was purchased at my local nursery so probably nothing rare. Any guesses?

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RE: Dick ward or what?

Looks like Guacamole.

RE: Dick ward or what?

Hmmm. I don't know, but that's a nice-looking mature clump.

This post was edited by Don_in_Colorado on Sun, Jul 20, 14 at 23:12

RE: Dick ward or what?

I second the Guac vote. Is that a bloom stalk shooting up in the center? If so, you have some sweet smells coming your way!


RE: Dick ward or what?

Do you have it in a lot of direct sun?

Don B.

RE: Dick ward or what?

It gets some sun in the morning. Its planted next to an evergreen that blocks afternoon sun.

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