Hosta of the Day - Sweet Thing

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Hosta of the Day - Sweet Thing

Postby redcrx » Nov 16, 2014 10:17 pm

Sweet Thing is a sport of So Sweet.

Hosta Registry - http://hostaregistrar.org/detail.php?id=6759&Variety=Sweet%20Thing
MyHostas Database - http://myhostas.be/db/hostas/Sweet+Thing
Hosta Library - http://www.hostalibrary.org/s/sweetthing.html

Here is Sweet Thing in the 2010 season. The first couple are the same as the Hosta Library.

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Late
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Re: Hosta of the Day - Sweet Thing

Postby redcrx » Nov 16, 2014 10:39 pm

Sweet Thing in the 2011 season

Early
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Later with Fragrant Bouquet to the right
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And the large flower typical of the Fragrant Bouquet family
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Sweet Thing in the 2012 season
Group photo - Sweet Thing is up-front, So Sweet is top-right.
Actually going straight up and to the right from Sweet Thing are a pair of Fragrant Bouquet, Tortilla Chip, Gaucamole, a small Sweet Innocence, Paradise Sunshine, a small cedar, and So Sweet.
The back edge has a couple Fragrant King and a Fragrant Dream. To the left is Stained Glass, Cathedral Windows and a Frozen Margarita behind them with some non-family streakers in the middle of the patch.
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With Fragrant Bouquet on the top edge
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