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Re: Hostas

Do you like to talk about your favorite hostas?  I have a great web site.  I
am a plantaholic and have been gardening for over 20 years.  I have over 60
varieties of hosta and am always interested in more.  But in my current group
of hostas there are always plants that I don't care if I have and plants I can
not imagine being without.  Hostas that I have and love are mature clumps of
Sagae, Super Nova, Guacamole, Fragrant Bouquet, Paul's Glory, Grand Tiara,
Great expectations, strip tease, invincible, sultana, wide brim, sea lotus
leaf, regal splendor, june, blue umbrellas, green piecrust.  Would love to
hear from you.   Chris from Braintree, MA Zone 5. 
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