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Re: Fwd: A New Enterprise


CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:
> 
>   Dear All,
> 
>   I must confess that I, only a short time ago, thought that there was little
> that could be new and exciting in the way of hosta cultivars that would be on
> the market.
> 
>   Well, fasten your seat belts! Patsy Stygall, a premier hybridizer and I have
> agreed in principle to sell some of her wonderful and unique hybrids. These
> are ones that have been tested by Patsy for at least six years and have proven
> to be not only stable but breathtaking. Saw-toothed edge ones, for example.
> Unusual coloration. Marvelous textured crosses. Many of these have appeared on
> Pixlist.
> 
>   I had to use all of my ingenuity to get Patsy to agree as she does not and
> will not hybridize for the market. (She'd rather give divisions to friends.)
> 
>   Patsy has left it up to me to do all that is necessary to get the ball
> rolling. We shall prepare the registration papers in the spring and the list
> will be sent out in early summer for late summer and fall delivery of the
> plants. Supply will be limited.
>   Some will be patented. All are OS.
> 
>   Clyde Crockett z5 <ccredux@aol.com>
> 
>     ---------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Subject: Fwd: A New Enterprise
> Date: Thu, 14 Jan 1999 23:53:27 EST
> From: CCREDUX@aol.com
> To: CCREDUX@aol.com
> 
> In a message dated 1/14/1999 10:15:15 PM Central Standard Time, CCREDUX
> writes:
> 
> << Dear All,
> 
>  I must confess that I, only a short time ago, thought that there was little
> that could be new and exciting in the way of hosta cultivars that would be on
> the market.
> 
>  Well, fasten your seat belts! Patsy Stygall, a premier hybridizer and I have
> agreed in principle to sell some of her wonderful and unique hybrids. These
> are ones that have been tested by Patsy for at least six years and have proven
> to be not only stable but breathtaking. Saw-toothed edge ones, for example.
> Unusual coloration. Marvelous textured crosses. Many of these have appeared on
> Pixlist.
> 
>  I had to use all of my ingenuity to get Patsy to agree as she does not and
> will not hybridize for the market. (She'd rather give divisions to friends.)
> 
>  Patsy has left it up to me to do all that is necessary to get the ball
> rolling. We shall prepare the registration papers in the spring and the list
> will be sent out in early summer for late summer and fall delivery of the
> plants. Supply will be limited.
>  Some will be patented.
> 
>  Clyde Crockett z5 <ccredux@aol.com>  >>
> 
>     ---------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Subject: A New Enterprise
> Date: Thu, 14 Jan 1999 23:15:15 EST
> From: CCREDUX@aol.com
> To: WeedRwoman@aol.com
> 
> Dear All,
> 
> I must confess that I, only a short time ago, thought that there was little
> that could be new and exciting in the way of hosta cultivars that would be on
> the market.
> 
> Well, fasten your seat belts! Patsy Stygall, a premier hybridizer and I have
> agreed in principle to sell some of her wonderful and unique hybrids. These
> are ones that have been tested by Patsy for at least six years and have proven
> to be not only stable but breathtaking. Saw-toothed edge ones, for example.
> Unusual coloration. Marvelous textured crosses. Many of these have appeared on
> Pixlist.
> 
> I had to use all of my ingenuity to get Patsy to agree as she does not and
> will not hybridize for the market. (She'd rather give divisions to friends.)
> 
> Patsy has left it up to me to do all that is necessary to get the ball
> rolling. We shall prepare the registration papers in the spring and the list
> will be sent out in early summer for late summer and fall delivery of the
> plants. Supply will be limited.
> Some will be patented.
> 
> Clyde Crockett z5 <ccredux@aol.com>
*************
Clyde
Keep me posted, I am very intrested!
Ran
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