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Re: Sandra Bond Hosta book

In a message dated 11/6/1999 5:56:36 PM Central Standard Time, 
su2944@eclipse.co.uk writes:

<< It is a happy book for a gardener rather than a specialist collector.  Most
 of the 30-or-so pictures are hostas with other plants.
 For the hosta collector a better and more recent book is The Gardener's
 Guide to Growing Hostas--Diana Grenfell (again) which is ref. ISBN:0 7153
 04321 >>

 It is hard cheese that there is not a book by Sandra Bond where she could 
expound her amazing knowledge of the genus. If I had a question about 
anything about hostas, I should call upon Sandra Bond first.
Diana's book is top drawer.

Clyde Crockett z5
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