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Re: hostas, for a change

Ran is so busy trying to convince the world that Dubya ought to be President
that he'll probably be til March before he gets his catalog out.  Mine, on the
other hand, is out and on the web.  Probably safer to take the sure thing and
not count on Ran to give up his ministry and get to work.  From what I hear
about the weather up there, it may be June before he can dig his plants out.

Maryland grown perennials, good to go, North or South. And you don't have to
wait for the snow to melt.


Lu Treadway wrote:

> Chic and Andrew, you guys are too funny! Somehow, I don't think Ran has a
> thing to worry about. Then again, probably none of you do. Lord knows I
> don't want to be the one responsible for starting a recession.  I'm making
> my lists already! LOL!
> Although, on the other hand, with me growing hostas from seeds, yawl may be
> coming to me in a few years looking for that newest and greatest Hosta to
> include in your catalogs! You never knoooooow! Remember, I got the fairies
> working on my side!  Move over Mary, Van, Kevin, etc. there's a new kid in
> town! <Big smile>
> Yawl know I'm kidding, don't you? LOL!
> Lu (Hotlanta, Zone 7B)
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