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Re: Welcome to our new home

Thanks, Joanne.  Good to be here.  I'm not a real hosta nut, in that I only
have a few cultivars, and most of them unnamed ones that came with the
house, but I do enjoy them.  Mine are finally up about 2", which is a
relief because the contractors doing our renovations drove the back hoe
over them a number of times between September and March.

Bob Campbell

: From: Joanne Pyszczek <jopyz@earthlink.net>
: To: hosta-open@mallorn.com
: Subject: Welcome to our new home
: Date: Monday, May 04, 1998 4:05 PM
: Hope everyone is making the transition safely looking forward to a
: continuation of our lively hosta talk.
: Joanne
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