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Almost last shipping - very new ones.

Posted by jarih 4 in Finland (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 9, 12 at 5:55

My order arrived today. Once again quite new ones - no (good) picture available about hostas I wanted. I took a change, new nursery for me, very low shipping costs...
Heemskerk in known as originator and now they sent goodlooking hostas. The new ones (Dutch Flame and Party Popper)are not this time of the year very beautiful, what will be situation after winter:)


Bottom left: Lakeside Banana Bay, Snake Eyes, Beach Boy
Middle: Party Popper and Dutch Flame
Above: Atlantis and Canadian Blue


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RE: Almost last shipping - very new ones.

Good sized root system on that Candian Blue. Hopefully they are all that vigorous. This time of year you are buying root systems. Lakeside Banana Bay is a beauty of a small Hosta. Not many people grow it, but you will really like this one.

LS Banana Bay
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Steve


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RE: Almost last shipping - very new ones.

Nice plants. It will be interesting to see these next year when they come up.
Cher


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RE: Almost last shipping - very new ones.

  • Posted by jarih 4 in Finland (My Page) on
    Tue, Oct 9, 12 at 9:57

All, even new introductions have very big roots. Here is Dutch Flame with adult scissors.


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RE: Almost last shipping - very new ones.

Nice plants, several I haven't heard of. But of course I have 'Canadian Blue' - just new to my garden this spring, but it held its colour well all season and still looks good this late.
Jan

H.'Canadian Blue'


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RE: Almost last shipping - very new ones.

  • Posted by jarih 4 in Finland (My Page) on
    Tue, Oct 9, 12 at 15:52

Hi Jan, of course you must have it:) What kind of place you have it in your garden? I don't want it turns green.


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