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Frankly my dear....

Andrew, Narda, and anyone else reading. If you're going to discuss hostas,
please, PLEASE change the subject line. I can tell you that I've just
downloaded 66 messages, and have read 6. Yes, SIX! How I happened to catch
this one is beyond me because anything about politics is promptly being

Now you guys know I'm not into censorship, or control, but honestly this has
gotten a bit ridiculous, and really has gone on long enough. I do believe in
self control and I wish you folks would exercise it. You are abusing this
forum and it needs to stop, NOW. This is a hosta forum for god's sake. Go to
egroups, start a political group and keep on keeping on! Or start an email
group distribution list. But let's get back to the intent of this forum.

Lu (Atlanta, Zone 7B)

----- Original Message -----
From: <NardaA@aol.com>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Saturday, November 25, 2000 6:09 AM
Subject: Re: Election - you should delete this, probably

> In a message dated 11/25/00 1:14:03 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> andrewl@hostahaven.com writes:
> > (Still looking for info on wintering over Hostas in a greenhouse.  One
> > of concern is the wide fluctuations in temperature during a 24 hour
> >  Perhaps I should be pulling shade cloth up over the greenhouse to limit
> > the 40+ degree swings.  Could be an interesting experiment, however, to
> > more info to the wintering over database.  Just don't want it to be an
> > entry about what does NOT work).   Andrew Lietzow
> >
> > Andrew, I overwintered numerous hostas in a poly house last year,
> with the doors open.  No problem with fluctuations in temp.  They did get
> occasional drink of water, maybe every three weeks or so.  N.

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