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Re: first and last hostas up

Hi all,
	The first hosta up for us is the montana aureomarginata.  The last is 
always, Mountain Snow.  I feel convinced every year that Mountain Snow has 
been lost and finally there it is.
	Bob Axmear put some 18 new pictures of our garden  on our web site 
(this was well before he was banished to the basement :-))  so when  you need 
a break from the garden, take a look.
	 A great ealrly spring....with no frost... or hail.....to all,
	Gayle Kamp
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