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Re: Tattoo


Preston Littleton wrote:
> 
>     The  $100 I spent on Tattoo would have been better spent on other
> hostas.
> Anyone want to buy mine?
>      Little Sunspot at $12 is a much better deal (IMHO).
> Preston Littleton ( plittleton@ce.net )
> Seaford DE
> zone 7
> 
Little Sunspot is quite pretty. We bordered several growing beds with it
this summer. It grows fast, and attracts a lot of attention, especiall
that much of it.  JML

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