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Potting hostas for moving

Drats, drats. Yesterday, I was digging and potting up my hostas for "the
Big Move" to my new house, and was hard at work on some larger plants.
Thought I'd never get my Hirao Supreme out, but it finally came loose
and was fine.
  On to my nice big Sagae. Dig, dig, ("boy, this thing's tough") WHAM.
there goes my best digging fork. Broken on a hosta that doesn't want to
  Now, I have to go buy a new fork. At least the hosta came out,
finally. Got that beauty potted up, watered, and it looks great!
  Only 25 more cultivars/species to dig (this doesn't include the actual
# of plants). 
  A hosta-philes work is never done.
Ohio, zone 5.
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