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Translation, please

  • Subject: Translation, please
  • From: "Ann James" <annfree@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2002 16:19:05 -0500

I was wondering what two of the ID markers that came with the hostas I got
last year from PlantStop mean.  On both Golden Tiara and on So-Sweet there
is a printed date of 8//23/99.  Does that mean when the plants were started?

It is also a puzzle where PlantStop went.  I have written their webmaster,
customer service, and called their 800 number and nobody seems to be there
anymore.  Does anyone know?  It was located at Planterville, Texas and sent
me some really nice plants.

Ann James
Conroe, TX

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