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Size of Hostas

Hi Everyone,

You know it really is deceiving when in the descriptions of the size it
says it is
a small hosta like Gold Edger.  It also states that this one is good for
using as
an edger.  Well good thing I found out that Gold Edger gets 4 feet wide,
there's no way I would consider using it as an edger around a garden.
If it
says the hosta is to be Large or Very Large then fine but I would not
call Gold Edger
a small hosta.

One other thing I use Netscape Communicator for my mail program.  Now
when I type
my message it's always lined up nice and neat but then after I send it
the lettering
doesn't stay nice and neat the way I typed it.  It's all over with short
lines.  Does anyone
know why this is happening? If you could email me privately that would
be great.

Vicky Cahanes
New Richmond,  WI
zone 4

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