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Re: Calling all Easterners...er...everyone!

Gerry/Bob O'Neill wrote:
> At 11:49 AM 1/16/00 -0500, you wrote:
>   My particular interest is the Southeast (my
> >lot is in South Carolina), but really there's lots of plants listed from
> >Virginia, Maryland, NJ, Pennsylvania, etc. So I thought a good Eastern US
> >book would be good.

Guess I missed your original post Narda, but if you are just visiting
the area Laura and I would welcome a visit. Probably be boring for you,
but we do have a few things like 500 different kinds of hostas and
hundreds of daylilies, and last but not least the Border Collie who
would welcome you with open paws, to say nothing of splendid mountain
vistas etc. We are about 40 minutes north, then northeast of Asheville, NC
John Lanier
MissVitro Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory
John and Laura Lanier
Route 9  Box 908
Burnsville, NC  28714
(828) 682-4174
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