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Andrew and all,

If convention garden write ups are taking space while summited scientific 
articles remain un-published I think it is a bad thing. I would rather see bad 
grammer(the reason given for Ben's articles not being published)in a scientific 

article than I would perfect grammer about a garden I  personally visited 
during the convention six months earlier.

I think a lot of space was wasted in the Journal with the whole series of "What 
hostas would I buy if I had X number of dollars". Almost the same hostas were 
listed over and over again. This series seemed like filler material to me.

I look forward to my two Journals each year. I think it is a good value even at 
$25. It would be an even better value to me if it contained more information 
about hostas and a lot less information about the hosta social scene. It seems 
I keep seeing the names and faces of the same 100 or so people.

There are lots of great people in the hosta society but I did not join the AHS 
to increase my circle of friends. I joined to learn about hostas. I think Ben 
makes some valid points about sticking to the subject of hostas.


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