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Great Expectations

  • Subject: Great Expectations
  • From: "Eleanor Holt" <etholt@ntsource.com>
  • Date: Mon, 2 Aug 2004 09:28:58 -0500

I've moved 'Great Expectations' three times.  First two attempts--enough
to make a person give up.  But they say that a plant deserves three
tries.  So I tried. And now it is absolutely beautiful--positively

One hosta I would never give up: 'Lakeside Black Satin.'  Just a

Eleanor, Zone 5, 30 miles west of Lake Michigan

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