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We are overwhelmed with hostas.

  • Subject: We are overwhelmed with hostas.
  • From: JSchw94560@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2003 17:39:38 EDT

Can anyone help this person? 

 They live in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Message: Jim:-)
> >> 
>> We are overwhelmed with hostas.  We want to remove them as we wish to 
>> plant other flowers and shrubs that the previous owners did not want.  
>> What is the easiest way to remove the hostas or at least keep them from 
>> multiplying?
>> Thanks for your help.
> 
The roots must be dug out. 
Advertise, "free for the digging," and see if that will take care of them. 

Jim Schwarz 

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