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Re: Stabilizing Sports

In a message dated 3/21/01 5:58:41 PM Central Standard Time, NardaA@aol.com 

<< 2) Jim Schwartz had a nice man 
 working with him at Hosta College who had a picture of a very interesting 
 sport of Venus that was streaked and had very heavy blooms, double and 
 if this plant can be stabilized and reproduce it will really be something.  
 will buy it!
 Jim S. can you comment on this, and sorry that I forgot the name of your 
 friend, very nice guy, but I am worse with people names than I am with hosta 
 names. >>

Hi Narda and all,

That VERY nice man's name is Bob Hird. He is very helpful to me in setting up 
and taking down my sales tables and helping me in driving to the Hosta 

Thank you,
Jim Schwarz  (zone 4)

web site: http://<A HREF="www.Jimshostas.com">www.JimsHostas.com</A>
Jim's Hostas 
11676 Robin Hood Dr.
Dubuque, IA  52001-9506

 One of the Volunteers at the <A HREF="dbq.com/arboretum/">Dubuque Arboretum 
and Botanical Gardens</A>
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