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Another Hosta Article

Thanks much to Carol Brashear for bringing the article to our attention.

I happened today on the premiere issue of a magazine---"Perennials", published
by Harris Publications, New York.Therein is a 3-page article by Nancy T.
Engel, "Hostas---are made for the shade",pp.46-48. 

I advise its reading. Very nice. One error:The author lists the top 25 hostas
from the AHS Poll(something I pay no attention to, actually) and lists as # 1
"Sum and Substance 'Flavocircinalis' "----Gosh, I wish there were such a one!

Clyde Crockett z5
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