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Re: Wanted - lists of the best hostas to add this spring.

  • Subject: Re: Wanted - lists of the best hostas to add this spring.
  • From: EntICE11@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 20:37:51 EST

The Person that is working up the list of favorite hostas is Jim in Plymouth, Mn. JGH
He has broke down hostas in to groups..large, med and small, then further broke them down to green, blue, gold, then even farther to White edged and Yellow, and I forget the rest...it will keep us busy for the rest of the winter...
You can go to the Hallson web site (perennialnursery.com)and visit the forums.
Jim has promised to post the results.
Chris has gone out of his way to provide a place for newbies(and some experts) to post and have a wonderful time. And the subjects are wide enough for all to enjoy.
And Tigger posted a good answer to your question on the forum, Jim.


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