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Re: Hosta People

At 06:53 AM 1999-11-22 -0500, Narda wrote: << I am still hoping to get a 
nice big hosta that has the coloration of Rhubarb.  Will Rhubarb grow in 
the shade? >>----------> Narda? ..you are a bit late there!  Already is a 
hosta which has leaf stems looking like rhubarb, and it grows nicely in 
shade!  I brought one of these home, newly purchased for Alex Summers & Jim 
Hawes, since we were leaving to visit them, August 1996.  My wife looks at 
price tag & says to me "You paid $150.00 for this rhubarb"?
         Email Ran Narda, I believe he has this cultivar available for 
purchase (called H. 'Kinba')?

G-:'ramps a'grinnin

ps...now ..if somebody would grow rhubarb in a viagra-solution, make some 
pies with same; and feed'em to Mr. Hill Billory, we could all sit back; 
watch your Gov't action unfold & have another good laugh? ***just kidding***
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