(4-16-19) If you are a collector and looking for something special…Ed Thaubald is offering two that you may want in your garden. It may worth your time to consider bidding on these two.
‘Streakin In Georgia‘ is from a group of Ed’s Streakin line, which are what you love about streakers.
- Streakin in Alabama
- Streakin in Georgia
- Streakin in Nebraska
- Streakin in Ohio
- Streakin in Savannah
- Streakin in Syracuse
According to Ed’s note on the auction –
Streakin in Georgia, 1ST TIME SOLD, VERY Rare, 3 division quart size
These are the kind of plants many of us are looking for, if you are a serious breeder either of the two Ed is offering would be a great addition.
It is a non-registered plant of unknown origin by Ed (10×16 in.) green,streaked,yellow,white, the leaves are lanced, with a scape height of 16 inches and violet flowers.
‘Sally and Bob‘ (OS) ORIGINAL STOCK (‘William Lachman‘ x ‘Fascination‘) Clarence Owens 1994
Medium: Predominantly green foliage streaked through-out the center with white, yellow and mottled sections; average mound size 16″ high x 46″ wide; leaves 10 3/4″ long x 8″ wide (12 vp); leaf blade ovate-shaped, slightly corrugated.
Not many times will you find OS stock on either one of these available to the public. It must be spring…time to start adding those new additions.
This auction will end on Thursday April 18th, 2019 and if you would like to bid you can do it on the Facebook page – Hosta Buyers Guide