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Re: Unique Trade Opportunity

hey WHEEL'er DEAL'er Awe'zy...
                                          OK ..wanna trade? ..save me one eye (wink?) ..here is what you get in return?
-- How about a reverse "Janet" found in a TC lab in Guelph?  These plants are second year Stage Four, growing outdoors and are moving into the mature division stage...

-- and I give you "ten 4 one" if U be interested LOL?

be happy
ps ..de birdies, be chirping so loud they got me up early today.  I go play in
-- in response to  
At 11:35 AM 5/1/99 -0400, you wrote:
>I have available a limited number of nice one year old plants of
>H.'Parky's Prize' which is a  sport of 'Birchwood Parky's Gold' which I
>"captured" when one leaf developed a sport. I cut off the axillary bud
>at the base of the leaf and planted it in the fall. The one division
>which grew the next year was true to form with a nice gold edge and a
>green center. The second year it had four divisions, all identical. The
>plant was potted and shown at Alex Summers' garden during the Washington
>Convention.Many favorable comments were made by hosta experts about this
>new sport. It is not yet registered but will be soon. A few select
>people (about six) already have it in their gardens (those who made the
>complimentary comments). The plant was named by Alex in honor of Parky
>I offer a plant of H.'Parky's Prize' with three or four buds each to
>anyone of several people who may wish to trade a sport of your own
>which  you have found or developed recently. I want only a small
>division of your sport to add to my sport garden. I promise NOT to
>propagate it or sell it. If interested, send me information about your
>Jim Hawes
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