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Wayside Gardenss


I just received my first catalog from Wayside and in it they hae a little
sales pitch on the fact that Wayside Gardens grows hostas with "incomparable"
root structure.  They go on to say what that means for next years growth etc.

Have any of you noticed any thing different about the root structure on plants
that were grown at Wayside?  Like, are they bigger, better and stronger -
perhaps even able to leap a tall building in a single bound - or stop a
speeding bullet with their bare little roots??  Anything???

Ronnie
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