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Re: Tattoo

I thought Beth's post was a cheap shot and now this line of comparison just
makes me sick.

Tell what you believe in I have enough doubts of my own.

At 02:00 PM 9/19/99 -0400, you wrote:
>    The  $100 I spent on Tattoo would have been better spent on other
>Anyone want to buy mine?
>     Little Sunspot at $12 is a much better deal (IMHO).
>Preston Littleton ( plittleton@ce.net )
>Seaford DE
>zone 7
>----- Original Message -----
>From: RL <ranbl@netsync.net>
>To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
>Sent: Sunday, September 19, 1999 11:48 AM
>Subject: Re: Tattoo
>> Beth Arnold wrote:
>> >
>> >
>> > On the subject of Tattoo, I must agree with you in the sense it looks
>> > absolutely terrible by the end of summer and I don't mean when it is
>time to
>> > go dormant.  It has terrible looking spots and I simply cut off the
>> > and forget I have it.  I have considered sending it back to Tony and
>> > for a refund.  Does anyone have his address?  I think that might be a
>> > idea!
>> > Beth Arnold
>> ************
>> Beth
>> I tend to agree.  The 100.00 I spent , has been reduced to one , sort of
>> whimpy division.  It is not a thing to show with pride.  Before we
>> "trash" it however, perhape we should try some different growing
>> locations, and give it a bit more time.  A few years ago Fair Maide went
>> through , knid of the same "opnion".  I have learned there are locations
>> where it does very well. (notably dry condtions) Adn I also have learned
>> how to grow Pooh Bear, Abba Irristable, Nancy Minks and a lot of other
>> "ungrowables".
>> Ran
>> >
>> >
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Butch Ragland So. Indiana zone 5

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