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Does Neat Splash have a StripTease Look?

Posted by moccasinlanding z9A AL (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 10, 13 at 20:44

I saw this hosta with the white line surrounding the midleaf like something descended from Striptease.

IS it really Neat Splash as the caption reads.....
OR do you recognize it as a particular descendent of the Striptease clan?

It is very pretty. But not like the uploads in HostaLibrary for Neat Splash. I have the picture but will link to its location on Flickr.

Here is a link that might be useful: Neat Splash photo on Flickr


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RE: Does Neat Splash have a StripTease Look?

neat splash is narrow [as compared to this one for sure] ... not blue.. and thin in substance ...

that pic is striptease .. IMHO ... or one of its other hundred names ...

it is NOT NS ...

ken


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RE: Does Neat Splash have a StripTease Look?

that is what seemed to me to be the case.

pretty distinctive a clue. thanks ken.


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