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Re: Moving large hosta (via rhizome division?) "hehe" :>)) *HELP IS ON IT'S WAY*

  • Subject: Re: Moving large hosta (via rhizome division?) "hehe" :>)) *HELP IS ON IT'S WAY*
  • From: slfain@earthlink.net
  • Date: Fri, 30 Jul 2004 14:16:18 -0700 (PDT)

Bill Nash,
      I haven't seen you post on the net in a long time.  I do have a favor.  I would love to see  pictures of some of the seedlings from the  LETS STREAK collection as they must have some size on them now.  You were kind enough to share with me and I would like to see your "mature" ones.  Glad you are well and have a life of retirement now to look forward to.  Again, thank you for all your kindness.   Sandra Fain

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