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Re: October Hostas

RL wrote:
> CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:
> >
> > Tell us some of your hostas that look as good now as they did in May.

Hi everyone
	Pretty much all of mine looked good this year until two days ago when
we got frost. I can tell you the worst one I had this fall was
Sunnybrook. I have two plants bought from two different sources and
planted in two different places and they both started looking bad well
over a month ago and by now there wasn't much left of them. I have
another couple of plants that I lost the name tags a couple of years ago
but think they are Janet and they also were pretty well shot.
                Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308 
                http://www.hostasonline.com/  Hostasonline.com  
                http://www.gardensights.com  GARDENSIGHTS.COM
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