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Re: Brunswick Square and Flat Clyde

CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 7/2/1998 10:48:33 PM Central Daylight Time,
> mikecook@pipeline.com writes:
> << Hey! Didn't anyone see my 'Brunswick Square' at the Nances?
>  >
>  Tell us about this hosta.  Also, is Fat Clyde on the market yet?
>   >>
> Brunswick Square is an unique and absolutely beautiful mini. It has a green
> border and white center. I had completely forgotten about it!
> Flat Clyde will be on the market soon.

Is Brunswick Square available thru any sources?  I'm always looking for
smalls and minis, and it sounds great.  I'm sure I must have seen the
hosta but don't recall seeing the name.  

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