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Re: Please tell us what you think of our newly improved web site...


Dave,

WOW !!!!  What a web site. I found the articles on sports by Jim Hawes
particularly interesting. The garden of Eric Neff is stunning!

Keep up the good work,
Dan Nelson
Bridgeville DE
zone 7
PS. Kudos to the webmaster.
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-----Original Message-----
From: UNYHS@aol.com <UNYHS@aol.com>
To: Hosta-open@mallorn.com <Hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Wednesday, September 09, 1998 7:38 AM
Subject: Please tell us what you think of our newly improved web site...


>Dear fellow HOSTAholics on Hosta-open:
>
>  First of all, I'd like to invite you all personally to go check our
recently
>improved web site (www.geocities.com/~Hosta2).  Our web master-Sue
Glaude-has
>done a fantastic job with updates and improvements.  As far as I'm
concerned
>its the best Hosta site out there for information about the activities of
any
>HOSTA group--Local or National.
>
>  To make this a little more interesting though, I'd like you to scroll
down
>through the Table of Contents page to the section titled "Hosta Showcase"
and
>check out all the images but in particular I'd like to ask you to go to the
>one titled "Glenville Gardens" then scroll to the photos of the H.
>plantagineas  and send me your opinion of whether you are viewing the bloom
of
>an 'Aphrodite' or is it the much prized 'Venus'.  Please also include what
you
>are basing your opinion on.  I certainly hope everyone will take time to do
>this...I really want to know!
>
>  You all are also invited to our super event this coming Saturday at the
>world famous Cornell Plantations in Ithaca, NY.  We are sponsoring a
private
>tour by the Director and the plant curator, so this will be one event you
will
>treasure for many years to come.  For more information and directions,
don't
>hesitate to get back to me personally.
>
>  Best wishes,
>  Dave Jennings
>  First President and Cofounder
>  The Upstate New York Hosta Society
>  Almost two years old and already 117 dues paying members strong!
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