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Re: Sorry

Hi Bill,
I read with interest what George believes may have happened to my Lime Tiara...but other hostas in the area...some as close as 24 inches away.....did fine. I wish I had saved the dust from this crown and sent it to the Ag. University for testing. One day I will. I've seen this happen before but not often. I looked carefully for any small piece of living material...but none was to be found.
I hope Jim still has Lime Tiara going. You still have a piece don't you? I do have Emerald scepter and it's doing fine.
Dan & Lu

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