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growing 'em & giving 'em

The  best part of growing hostas for me  is when someone comes over, and
stops to admire a plant and says this one here is really pretty....out
comes the shovel.(size permitting) This leads to .....well you really
should have a piece of this...........do you have this one? well you do
now........... Hey here's some seedlings ....you got room.....grow them
on for a few years and maybe I could get a piece from you ...... I have
some  hostas that have special meaning to me because  of where they came
from, and that's........a good thing.

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