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Re: Wade-Gatton gatalog

At 01:59 AM 6/22/98 EDT, you wrote:
>Could we really buy anything more on June 20?  Where would I put
>Claire Peplowski

Hi, Claire.  I'm buying mine for fall planting; that is, if I get my
catalogue.  Last I heard, it was still at the printer.  Your friend is the
first I know to get one.  I have had more luck with planting in the fall;
the plants seem to be more vigorous in the second season than
summer-planted hostas.  Does that match anyone else's experience?

Sheila Smith
Niles, MI  USA, Z 5/6

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