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Re: A New Topic---Mentors

CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:
> Dear Hosta People,
> For history, let us each name people that each of us considers as those that
> have inspired us in the cultivation of hostas. (TRY to limit to three names.)
> (Optional: Give reasons and/or comments.)
Good topic Clyde.  My choices for general love of gardening
My Grandfather- he was always puttering around in the garden 
My Mother- she still keeps up several large perennial gardens
And just for Hostas I'd Say Ran Lydell- I caught the bug when I first
saw his display garden a few years ago
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