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Re: FINAL REPORT ON Q.H.H.S.

  • Subject: Re: FINAL REPORT ON Q.H.H.S.
  • From: "Kate Ardissono" <ardissono@home.com>
  • Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2001 19:15:41 -0500

Sounds wonderful about a convention in Montreal!  Sorry to hear Clyde could
not make it.  I spent the day working on where to get another batch of
plants in.... Some day I'll get them out of their pots.

Kate


|
| Our Society asked the permission to hold the 2006 American Hosta Society
| Annual Convention in Montreal. We are solving most of the problems with
the
| Phytos and entrance of leaves and plants in Canada.
|
| Reggie D. Millette


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