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The Venticosa' Family

  • Subject: The Venticosa' Family
  • From: LemkeIowa@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 12:32:49 EDT


Back of October 4th we talked about the 'Ventricosa' hosta family.  At that 
time are records showed some 40 members. Today we will enter into the Hosta 
Library are current pdf file showing some 48 members. No doubt in time we will 
find more.  Back in the early 1990s we had no idea how important the parentage 
of each plant was.  We are constantly changing our data collecting system so 
that the computer can readily sort out the information that we need.  As they 
say, It takes some 'do'en.'

For easy access to the Library use this---click 

Everyready Battery keeps on ticken;  Here we must keep on clicken

Viva la Hosta,

Lemke's Database
Marvin 'Mike' Lemke
3615 Davisson Road
Des Moines, Iowa 50310-4627
Lemkeiowa @aol.com

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