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Re: New hostas for the new season


Hi Ronnie:

I waited a few years until 'June' became available here at an affordable
price. She's well worth the wait!!!

Diane

At 01:14 PM 2/20/99 EST, you wrote:
>Let's see...My 1999 hosta wish list varies in length depending upon which
>catalog I'm looking at at that time.  One for sure that I want and have not
>been able to find - at least not last summer - is H. June...  
>
>For some reason I am thinking I REALLY want that hosta.  What do those of you
>that have 'er think of 'er ??  She worth chasing after??
>
>Ronnie
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