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Re: Garden Addictions ...

That's the Eastern Michigan Hosta Society, and we usually sell the
stones at Hosta College. Look for us there.
Also, I have good luck asking for vertical blind "cut-offs" at the local
window treatment place and usually one section will cut (on the school's
paper-cutter) into 3 pieces apx. 1 1/2 inches wide. I also use the
Garden Marker from Mellingers (or is it Leonard's). You have to order
them by 6's if I remember right, but they make a nice gift for gardening
Kay McKinnon

Betsy Mahtani wrote:
> The classiest stepping stones I've ever seen are commissioned by the
> Michigan Hosta Society??,
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