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Small world

  • Subject: Small world
  • From: BBROWNJ@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2002 22:42:17 EDT

Am here in Victoria British Columbia on the way to the convention.

A friend told me about a garden that had about 250 hostas in Victoria. I figured they were probably half labeled wrong. Was ever I wrong. Turns out his uncle is Pete Ruh from whom he got all his hosta. Nice well labeled garden.....good size plants even though garden is only 3 years old. My eyes are bugging out at all the nice gardens here although they could sure use more hostas. Will visit Burchart (sp) gardens Monday. Hope to get some pictures there.


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