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Re: My sentiments exactly

> I have received THOUSANDS of plants this season, all through mail order
> shipments (mostly wholesale) and from numerous vendors; Bob Solberg
> (Greenhill Farms), John Lanier (Miss Vitro), Dave and Marsha Conner's
> (Conner Nursery & Gardens), Shady Oaks Nurseries, Q & Z Nursery, Ron Snyder
> (Creative Gardens) and others (who are now feeling badly for not being
> mentioned--it is not intentional). 

 I can tell you, however, that the biggest and best plants are
> coming from ALL over the country and not only from Washington.  A lot of> this is due to the unselfish disseminating of information from people from> ALL manner of going/growing concerns. 

Well spoken, Andrew.  I haven't received a BAD hosta from anyone!

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