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Re: Hosta Ramblings---and mass planting

timsaville wrote:

> Can I disagree with Dan, side with Mary and upset all landscapers?
> Why not,  I am a long way away!
> Strange but true, the only place I remember seeing a mass hosta (edging
> really) planting that I liked was in Tennessee Mary, at that Parsley guys
> house in Mumphis......all along the upper driveway.
> Better IMHO to place blues or yellows at regular intervals within the beds,
> then you can use a different hosta each time.
> Tim over the pond and now back in his bunker.

Parsley guy in Mumphis? Gosh, wish I'd been there. Hi, Tim--my parents are in
Lakenheath. Kris

Kristi A. Groberg, Ph.D.

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