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Re: Convention


Joanne,

Glad to have had the chance to meet you. Brought home a few also.

Where did you get your Green Dragonet? And how much was it? Tell me about the
plant you acquired( nice division, tc, height)

Ray Wiegand
Mentor, Ohio

Joanne Pyszczek wrote:

> Nice to see all the list members are making it home safely from the
> convention.  It was really was a great time.  Added way too many new hostas
> to my list including Green Dragonet, or more properly
> unregistered green seedling in the garden of Clarence Owens.
> Joanne
> jopyz@earthlink.net
>

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