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Re: Blue Ice

At 07:56 PM 10/1/98 +0000, you wrote:
>I have never heard of Savory's. Can you give more info?
>Ray W z5
>Mentor, Ohio
Hi; since Bob gave you the address, I will give you some background
information.  Savory's has been around a long time.  They sell perennials
other than hostas, but have a seperate catalogue for hostas, as they have
quite a large selection.  They are well-known hosta breeders; aren't the
Tiaras Savory originations?  

I have always been more than satisfied with their quality and service
(prices aren't particularly high, either).  

Sheila Smith
Niles, MI  USA, Z 5/6

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