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Mar 24, 2016 7:01 AM CST
|'Cherry Tart' is described as having prominent "lipstick red" leaf petioles, 'Cherry Tart' emerges bright chartreuse and brightens to a glowing yellow. Wedge-shaped leaves. Its parentage has not been disclosed and it has not been registered. Mine was new Autumn 2011. I grew it in a pot for a couple of years and then found it a garden location. However, after we removed a sick ash tree, it was in too much sun and early in 2015 completely wilted in that sun. I moved it and took a couple of divisions from it at the same time. It recovered well with the exception of a few leaves which looked scraggly all season. It experienced some late season slug damage but, in general, held up well. Please feel free to post your pictures of this hosta.
Pictures of all my hostas, updated annually and tracked since 2008 begin at: https://violaann.smugmug.com/Garden/Hostas/Hostas-in-my-gard...
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