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Re: Hosta Flowers-------The Horse Is Not Quite Dead

In a message dated 10/17/1998 7:54:26 PM Central Daylight Time,
bridgewd@annap.infi.net writes:

<< Clyde, on my monitor, 5" comes to about ........here.  If you can show me a
 Piedmont Gold flower as wide as that sentence I will eat it in front of the
 at the convention next June, that is, assuming you can get it to bloom at the
 right time and I finally make it to a convention.  >>

OK, OK! 4 and 1/2 inches. Well, maybe 4 inches. (I have told myself a million
times not to exaggerate.)

Clyde Crockett , The Pinocchio of the Robin :>>>>)
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