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Re: A Hosta'ing we go.


it has come to my attention that many of us hosta lovers are having trouble
reading my url to my ebay
some computers do not read this long line all in the url sometimes you need
to cut and paste it in your browser it is both lines.

or you can just type in http://www.ebay.com
go to the seller search and type in hostalady
and hit the button and there you are 

Paula & Tim (hostalady)

At 07:23 PM 7/25/99 PDT, you wrote:
>Nothing like setting up hosta beds on a warm day.  Bev's babies made it to
>my house safe and sound (despite my driving).  Got cleaned up and went to a
>special exhibit of Frank & John lloyd Wright (Even got to spend an hour
>talking about gardens and architecture with Elizabeth wright Ingram - what a
>lady!).  Cut out early to run home to dig beds.  I thought hubby was working
>on them while I picked up the new kids but he got sidetracked.  But they all
>got in the ground safe and sound.  Now I've got to work on two more beds for
>the rest of my this years goal.  Does it ever stop?  I spent a nice morning
>seeing the delightful gardens that Bev and her husband have worked very hard
>on.  Someday I hope to get my place looking that good!  I swear that there
>isn't enough time to get done much of anything.  The temps have made
>crossing tough. 
>Question does anyone have a list of all the plant's with Lime in it.  I have
>found someone who is a lime fanatic and when I mentioned that there were
>hosta's with Lime in it they want them.
>I gave the ones I knew like Lime Krinkles, Lemon lime, and Lime Twist.  What
>are others?
>Kate E. Ardissono
>Hosta Dunes in Long Beach, In
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