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Last unknown Hosta to identify please

Posted by Catface91 MN (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 23, 14 at 12:35

This is the last unknown Hosta in my garden.

The leaves are 5" X 7"

The plant is 24 inches tall to top of flower.

Other photos (leaf and flower): Hosta

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RE: Last unknown Hosta to identify please

Hi Cat: Are the flowers fragrant? If so you might consider Royal Standard. It is flowering right now and has an upright habit. The leaves should be 7x9 but yours looks young so the leaves may get bigger as it matures. The leaves are shiny on top and your leaf looks like it might be. I am still a Newbie at this but you can look at the Hosta Library and see how yours compares to those pictures - granted they are mature Hosta.

Here is my Royal Standard

RE: Last unknown Hosta to identify please

sorry duplicate

This post was edited by Hostas_for_Barb on Sat, Aug 23, 14 at 14:03

RE: Last unknown Hosta to identify please

Thank you for the information!

I think you nailed it!


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