This year in Indy, Dr. Jim Wilkins got the "Alex J. Summers" distinguished merit award and named his hosta, Dorothy Benedict. It does NOT T.C. as so many streaked ones don't come true to name. I got mine when a gal in Ill. retired and sold everything to travel in an RV. (Beth Arnold) I paid the going rate for OS DB, $200-. It's the same 5 division plant 7 years later. Those seboliana's just don't grow quickly. I harvest the pods every summer and donate them. This year a MN guy won the high bid on the AHS auction from my open pollenated pods. He's having lotsa fun with it's babies. White Oak Nursery is the only one I know of who has sold DB. Maybe they're out. Good luck trying to get yourself one. I'm kinda glad it's rare. Later, Love, Lisa
Have I mentioned lately that my drinking team has a hosta problem?