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ViolaAnn

ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:06 AM

Post #8797433

Hi folks,

Now's your chance to show off the large S & Ss I know some of you have. I don't because I specialize in mini - medium sized hostas in my city lot. Let's see pics of your hostas beginning with Sq-Sz.

Let's start with 'Stained Glass'

Description: Bright gold-centred foliage all season. Dark green margin. Prominent veins in the leaves give them the appearance of stained glass windows.

Size: Medium (32"w x 15"h)
Origin: Tissue cultured sport of 'Guacamole'
Flowers: Large, fragrant, tubular, near-white in August.

Mine was added to garden: Spring 2004. In 2006 it was Hosta of the Year.

Mine languished in a dark corner until 2007 when I moved it to a spot with better light where it has done much better. Still what I would call an "unruly" mound. This picture taken July 18.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:09 AM

Post #8797436

Next is 'Stealth'. New to me in 2009, it was sent by mistake as 'Lakeside Mom', but they suspected an error and told me to watch it. This one is a sport of 'Minuteman' and is supposed to be streaky, but mine seems to be stabilizing into what??? Reverse colours from Mm. also supposed to be medium in size, but is obviously a slow grower. This picture from July 18.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:10 AM

Post #8797437

'Stealth' flower July 24.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:11 AM

Post #8797438

'Stiletto' taken Aug. 3. This one was new August 2009 from a friend and came in a small styrofoam coffee cup. It's done quite well.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:14 AM

Post #8797443

'Summer Breeze' was new Spring 2003 and this picture taken July 15. This sport of 'Summer Music' looks totally different from the parent. I've divided it once several years ago; so it's not a super fast grower. I love the bright yellow margins.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:15 AM

Post #8797444

'Summer Breeze' flower July 24. This one is fertile and Ann from Edmonton has a lovely variegated seedling from seeds I sent to her. I've also gotten some solid yellow seedlings from it as well.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:17 AM

Post #8797445

'Summer Music' taken July 15. I've had this one since Summer 2005. It's not a fast grower, but is doing better since I moved it to brighter light.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:18 AM

Post #8797446

'Summer Music' bloom July 29. Not surprising that it looks virtually the same as 'Summer Breeze' flower since SB is a sport of SM.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:24 AM

Post #8797458

'Summer Snow' was new 2010. According to Zillis in his Hostapedia
[quote] ...I fully expected it to become widely grown and very popular. It has not...I cannot ever recall seeing a well-formed, "pretty" clump of 'Summer Snow'. Most of the time, the mound has been one-sided or irregular." p. 913
[/quote]

Anyway, too early to say for mine, but so far I like it. It's been around for awhile - was registered in 1980. I guess it's quite possible to mix up seeds and make an error in the heritage of a plant. But even Zillis doubts the listed parentage of the plant (H. sieboldiana x H. 'Tokudama'), noting that the vein count isn't right.

This picture from July 8.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:26 AM

Post #8797462

'Sun Power' was new to me September 2005 and this picture was taken July 18. Contrary to its name, apparently it does not like too much sun. Mine has grown well, but was lifted and divided this past spring and we are back to a smaller plant.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:28 AM

Post #8797464

'Surprised By Joy' is, I believe, an AHS mini, but I've never really thought of it as a mini. However, it did take awhile to get established in my garden. I've had it since Spring 2005 and have occasionally used a copper mesh collar around it. Didn't the last two years and it has been totally devastated by slugs and earwigs. This picture from June 28.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:31 AM

Post #8797467

My final "S" hosta - 'Sweet Innocence. This picture from August 8 shows that it holds up quite well. This is a tetraploid version of 'Fragrant Bouquet' and has wider margins. A lovely apple green. I've had mine since Spring 2007. So far, it seems a slow grower.

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ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
7:32 AM

Post #8797469

A lovely FRAGRANT bloom from 'Sweet Innocence' taken July 29.


Now, let's see YOUR pictures of Sq-Sz plants. And PLEASE remember to tell us something about them.

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virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 7, 2011
6:23 PM

Post #8798243

**Stained Glass**

This is a liner I got from Yahoo Coop just a few months ago, I actually got two, and it is doing so good . Love this little Hosta !

This message was edited Sep 8, 2011 4:58 AM

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ViolaAnn

ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 7, 2011
6:48 PM

Post #8798275

And PLEASE remember to tell us something about them.
irawon
Ottawa
Canada

September 8, 2011
12:37 AM

Post #8798635

i bought 'Sunlight Child in August.

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irawon
Ottawa
Canada

September 8, 2011
12:50 AM

Post #8798637

'Sugar Daddy', a sport of 'Big Daddy' was bought for my new hosta bed this summer.

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irawon
Ottawa
Canada

September 8, 2011
12:58 AM

Post #8798638

'Summer Lovin' in the same hosta bed. The hostas were subjected to winds early in the season. Pic taken on Sept. 7.

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Eleven

Eleven
Royal Oak, MI
(Zone 6a)

September 8, 2011
5:10 AM

Post #8798767

Sunlight Child looks adorable! I've had in my Hallson's cart for a couple weeks but keep telling myself "no more hostas this year!" Well, except for Jaz. I'm going back for that one in a couple days.

Eleven

Eleven
Royal Oak, MI
(Zone 6a)

September 8, 2011
5:30 AM

Post #8798805

Striptease, planted in 2009. I was warned about HVX being so prevalent in this cultivar that I planted it inside a pot in the ground. This year I dug it up and had to cut the pot off the root ball. It never missed a beat. Can you say enthusiastic grower? Pic from August 10.

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Eleven
Royal Oak, MI
(Zone 6a)

September 8, 2011
5:35 AM

Post #8798812

Sum and Substance, my large one that grows in dappled shade/light. It was here in the garden before me =)

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Eleven
Royal Oak, MI
(Zone 6a)

September 8, 2011
5:41 AM

Post #8798822

Sum and Substance, the (slightly) smaller one that grows in full sun. The leaves grow a little brighter, smaller, and have more corrugation than the other plant. I can't find a pic from this year, so here's one from June 2010.

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virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 8, 2011
6:14 AM

Post #8798867

Looks like Sun and Substance does pretty good in full sun, I think I might get one after all !! :)

Eleven

Eleven
Royal Oak, MI
(Zone 6a)

September 8, 2011
6:39 AM

Post #8798899

Just remember that 3 zones can make a big difference in your full sun versus mine!

virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 8, 2011
6:49 AM

Post #8798907

Good point, but around here any sun tolerance is better than none. I heard mixed reviews about Sun and Substance. About 95% of my Hostas are sun tolerant even thought they get at least 50% shade, they just do better for me. I actually had a full shade spot picked out between the two birch trees, but I could not get a shovel in the ground, too many roots! So I didn't buy one. :(

ViolaAnn

ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 8, 2011
7:14 AM

Post #8798935

'Sunlight Child is pretty - a mini - I suspect? Must add that to MY list. In fact, I think when this series of threads is done, I'll sit down and go through them again with a pad and pencil. I may not have any space left, but that doesn't mean I don't have a list.
irawon
Ottawa
Canada

September 8, 2011
9:08 AM

Post #8799089

Yes, ViolaAnn SC is a mini. I just looked at my hosta list but i didn't record the mature size for that one. I got it at Budd's, so it must be listed on their website.
Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 8, 2011
5:53 PM

Post #8799792

St. Paul is one of my "WOW" ones this year. Not really sure when or where I got it, but I'm glad I did!

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virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 8, 2011
5:57 PM

Post #8799797

WOW!!! Love that St.Paul. :)
Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 8, 2011
6:01 PM

Post #8799805

Stitch in Time has been a real disappointment for me. I've had it for 4 years now, and this is it! I should probably put it out of it's misery!

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ViolaAnn

ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 8, 2011
6:11 PM

Post #8799821

'St.Paul' is lovely.

Have you tried moving SiT? Strange that it hasn't done well.
Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 8, 2011
6:12 PM

Post #8799824

A friend was going hosta shopping several years ago, and I asked her to pick up 'Something Different' for me if she found it. Well, she came home with 'Striptease' and said "Here's something different!" I did find 'Something Different' later, but I'm glad that she got me this 'Striptease'!

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Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 8, 2011
6:13 PM

Post #8799828

I've moved it once and tried it in a pot. It didn't seem to help it at all. Maybe I'll try another one some day.

ViolaAnn

ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 8, 2011
6:18 PM

Post #8799839

OK I responded to the "something different" story and it's not there - did it end up in a different thread? Sometimes I have more than one open at once. Or did it vanish into cyberspace?
irawon
Ottawa
Canada

September 8, 2011
7:27 PM

Post #8799960

Rose, that's a funny story. I have a St. Paul but I don't think mine is that blue. What kind of light is yours in?

virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 9, 2011
5:10 AM

Post #8800271

I've responded to things that didn't show up either Ann. I just figured I forgot to hit send.:(

ViolaAnn

ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 9, 2011
8:52 AM

Post #8800539

Probably.
Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 9, 2011
4:54 PM

Post #8801211

My St. Paul gets a little morning sun, but is in shade the rest of the day.
irawon
Ottawa
Canada

September 9, 2011
6:04 PM

Post #8801339

Eleven, 'Jaz' is on my want list but not for this year. I think it's supposed to get big. make sure you show us your purchase.
irawon
Ottawa
Canada

September 9, 2011
6:08 PM

Post #8801346

Rose, the owner of RWR told me that the originator of 'Stitch in Time' intends to pull it from the market. Your plant looks very healthy to me and doesn't seem to have reverted as many others have. I think you probably just have to be a bit more patient. I think it looks lovely.
hostages
Wyoming, MN

September 9, 2011
8:43 PM

Post #8801597

Eleven
I have had Jaz for 2 years now. It is not a rapid increaser, but it has substance like plastic.

Rose
Stitch n time is going to be a slow grower it has very little green chlorophyl area. It is a beauty and I will be patient with it. I now have two. The first one didn't come up after it's first winter. But this year she is back?! Still small though.

Gary

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Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 10, 2011
8:12 AM

Post #8802108

Thanks for the words of encouragement! I won't dig it up and toss it! I don't expect it to ever achieve the 'small' status that it has now been given. When it first came on the market it was listed as a medium. When I questioned Rob Mortko about it, he said that it was now considered a small. I'm sure mine will always be a dwarf!

Eleven

Eleven
Royal Oak, MI
(Zone 6a)

September 11, 2011
7:46 PM

Post #8804309

Irawon, here's a sneak peek of my new Jaz before it goes in the ground. I will post it on the proper thread whenever that happens!

Gary, I have read that Jaz is quite a slow grower. I'd actually put off purchasing it because only one eye plants seemed available. Once the nursery went to 40% off here, I figured I might as well get a start on growing it.

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hostages
Wyoming, MN

September 13, 2011
10:51 PM

Post #8807642

Eleven

40% off is a good buy. I don't think you will regret this one. Mine is just two eyes now. It has rather long, approx 12", petioles with round leaves about 5-6" in diameter. I think it looks a lot like a miniature Sum and Substance. Nice bright contrast to other darker colors.

Gary
irawon
Ottawa
Canada

September 14, 2011
5:26 PM

Post #8808687

OMG. Can't wait for availability here. I have 'Small Sum'. A miniature 'Sum and Substance' would complete the garden bed.

virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 15, 2011
2:19 AM

Post #8809090

Well, I was doing a tiny bit of browsing on Hornbaker's and I saw a stunning Hosta called 'Sunshine Glory' , so I looked it up on plant files and none of the pictures were similar and so I came back to the 's's' and I don't see anyone that has it. Has any one ever heard of it and does any one have it and a picture to show here on this 'S' thread??


Thanks again Rose for sharing 'St.Paul' that Hosta was amazing and I will be looking for one!

Susan
franknjim
Peoria, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 15, 2011
5:26 AM

Post #8809221

There are quite a few pictures of Sunshine Glory at the Hosta Library. Hornbakers picture does look different. It was probably taken in early Spring.

http://hostalibrary.org/s/sunshinesglory.html

I have a tiny tissue culture of it that I had thought was dead this spring after not making it over Winter in a pot. I found it growing in a pile of potting soil and had quite a challenge figuring out which hosta it was.

virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 15, 2011
2:53 PM

Post #8809961

Oh yes, I love the pictures and you are right it probably looks different at different times of the year. I was discouraged because none of the real life pictures I saw seem to be as nice as the pictures on the Nursery's. I 'Goggled' it and saw a lot of pictures and also some bad reviews on the GardenWeb, they say its a horrible Hosta

So what did you do, dump the potting soil thinking the plant was dead then had it spring up again later?? Bet you were surprised! How is the baby doing now?
Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 15, 2011
4:12 PM

Post #8810069

I got my 'Sunshine Glory' 2 years ago from NGP. I ordered 'Sun's Glory' and they sent this one by mistake. I think it's a really pretty one, but didn't get a good picture of it this year. Here's last year's picture.

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virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 15, 2011
4:46 PM

Post #8810104

Yes, That really is pretty Rose I like it a lot, thanks for sharing. :)

ps, What is NGP?
Paul2063
Pleasant Grove, UT

September 15, 2011
5:08 PM

Post #8810124

Rose...the pictures of SG on the hosta library really differ. One of them looks like yours to me.
Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 15, 2011
5:32 PM

Post #8810164

Northern Grown Perennials. They have beautiful plants at reasonable prices. Check out their website.

http://mwt.net/~ngp/index.htm
franknjim
Peoria, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 15, 2011
5:33 PM

Post #8810165

[quote="virginiarose"]So what did you do, dump the potting soil thinking the plant was dead then had it spring up again later?? Bet you were surprised! How is the baby doing now? [/quote]

That's what happened. It was tiny when I found it this spring. It is still small but it has a few eyes. It was a one year old tissue culture when I got it last fall.

virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 16, 2011
1:34 AM

Post #8810585

Thanks Rose, nice website! I see you have had your Sunshine Glory for two years, Keep me posted!
************************

Frank, good luck with your baby, hopefully I will see a picture in the spring!
allnitro
Waterloo, IA
(Zone 4b)

September 16, 2011
2:25 PM

Post #8811258

'Stingray' is a large distinctive plant with a very good growth rate.

Jeff White

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Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 16, 2011
2:41 PM

Post #8811310

Jeff,

I know there will be something from you that I'll want to add to my list next year! Would it be possible to list if these are available to the public or your seedlings? If I know that they aren't available then I won't drool so much!

Rose
Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 16, 2011
3:16 PM

Post #8811371

'Sun Power' grouped with 'Olive Bailey Langdon' and 'Blue Jay'. This is one of the first named hostas that I purchased. Good grower that really brightens up a shady spot!

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virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 16, 2011
4:26 PM

Post #8811438

[quote="allnitro"]'Stingray' is a large distinctive plant with a very good growth rate.

Jeff White[/quote]

Wow, Jeff that is beautiful and different from Cliffords Stingray. Where did you get it? :D

There is no picture or information about 'Stingray' in PlantFiles, can you add anything?

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virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 16, 2011
4:30 PM

Post #8811444

Rose, that is so beautiful. I hope my OBL looks that good when it gets big. How much sun do they get?
Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 16, 2011
4:41 PM

Post #8811455

My 'Olive Bailey Langdon' is in dappled shade. I don't think it gets any direct sunlight.

virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 16, 2011
5:07 PM

Post #8811498

Thanks, sure is pretty!
irawon
Ottawa
Canada

September 16, 2011
5:44 PM

Post #8811536

Rose - Stunning colour combination of the trio of hostas with the red flower (Sweet William?) in the foreground.

Eleven

Eleven
Royal Oak, MI
(Zone 6a)

September 16, 2011
6:40 PM

Post #8811608

Susan, it's always good to check the Hosta Library and AHS Registry for information.

http://www.hostalibrary.org/s/stingray.html

'Stingray' R. Herold (ONIR) 2000
Plant: 48 in. (122 cm) diameter, 20 in. (51 cm) high; Mound; moderate.
Leaf: 15 in. (38 cm) long, 7 in. (18 cm) wide; 11 to 13 pairs of veins; medium green; heavy ripples; slightly shiny on top; very shiny underneath; rounded base;
Scape: 72 in. (183 cm) long; green.
Flower: tubular; N. Reading, MA - Summer Period;
Seed: sets pod; green seed pod;
[H. kikutti H. montana]

ViolaAnn

ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 16, 2011
8:17 PM

Post #8811693

It is, but the AHS Registry size info is often incorrect because many plants were registered before they were fully mature. In some cases, that info is being retroactively changed.

virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 17, 2011
2:58 AM

Post #8811910

Thank You for the reminder, I have been to the Hosta Library several times and hardly ever get information, just pictures. Even the information you (Eleven) posted does not say anything about sun tolerance, and that is why I ask real people about their experiences.
As for size, I am just going with the flow, It is what it is till I move it. :)

ViolaAnn

ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 17, 2011
4:20 AM

Post #8811926

And if you love a hosta that's getting too big, you can generally slice some off the sides in the spring.

virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 17, 2011
5:35 AM

Post #8811980

Do you mean when it first starts coming up? In general how much do you slice off?

ViolaAnn

ViolaAnn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

September 17, 2011
8:20 AM

Post #8812133

I usually use a spade and just slice at the edges of it - a couple of inches here and there. Do that regularly with my 'Undulata Albomarginata' which have been there forever and are mired in tree roots. Also 'Francee', 'Fortunei Aureomarginata', 'Warwick Curtsey', and I did it last year with 'Jewel of the Nile' when I realized I'd never be able to lift the whole plant. That's the only modern cultivar I've reduced that way, but most of my plants are small-medium and I usually lift them to divide them.
allnitro
Waterloo, IA
(Zone 4b)

September 17, 2011
9:16 AM

Post #8812187

Rose...I will be posting plants that have been intro'd for sale on these letter threads. I got the 'Stingray' from Naylor Creek like 4-5 years ago. I don't think it has been in their catalog but Gary listed it on the Library Auction then. It would hurt to give them a call and see if they have it or any plant you might be searching for. They have lots that never get put on their catalog, some they just get a few of in and the ones that call and ask what they have that's new usually get them.

virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 17, 2011
9:27 AM

Post #8812199

OK, Thanks for the advice, sounds good. :)
Rose1656
Oquawka, IL
(Zone 5a)

September 17, 2011
2:02 PM

Post #8812426

Allnitro,

Thanks! I've already added a couple of yours to my 2012 list.

Eleven

Eleven
Royal Oak, MI
(Zone 6a)

September 21, 2011
11:07 AM

Post #8817833

Summer Breeze, purchased late last summer but yanked of the bed this spring when I started moving plants around. Just now planted in its permanent home, so I'm hoping for some growth next year.

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virginiarose

virginiarose
Southeast, VA
(Zone 8a)

September 21, 2011
1:14 PM

Post #8817995

Love that Summer Breeze !!

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