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Re: top 25 hostas


In a message dated 10/14/1998 8:37:53 PM Central Daylight Time,
ranbl@netsync.net writes:

<< When one considers a Hosta for his personal "list"  what does that 
 individual look for ?  I would be intrested to have some thoughts, on 
 what really makes a "great" hosta.
 Thanks
 Ran  >>
###################################################################
Ran,

You need go farther( Yes, I know, "further" would also be correct, in this
rather unusual use of these words.) than your garden to find the answer. It
lies in the
 leaves, the stature, the beauty of 'Broadway Frances' and 'Edward II' and
'Yucka Ducka Do'. 

Clyde Crockett z5
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