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Re: Information on...

  • Subject: Re: Information on...
  • From: HoroRL@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2001 13:40:26 EDT

Hi, Pat:

The was that question to the donor.  He said that was what the hosta was 
tagged.  What even stranger is that I have a similar hosta in my garden.  
Unfortunately, the dog like the tag better than the plant did.

I have a lot of untagged hosta now.  The dog takes them and hides them.  Not 
a good game to play.  If I catch him taking a tag, he'll get a dose of hot 
sauce in the mouth.  This tact has corrected several of his bad behaviors.  
The dog trainer showed us this.

have a great weekend & a terrific 4th...Hostally,

Rich Horowitz
Stoughton MA
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