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Re: OT: Hostas

From:  Leslie Liddiard  <liddiard@esn.net>
Hi All:
I know this is off subject, but I'd appreciate any help anyone can offer.  I have some beautiful hostas that have taken over my flower beds.  (I could be using those beds for some more irises!!)  The hostas  are already starting to go dormant for the year.  I really would like to separate some of them and mail them to some of my family in California.  Can anyone tell me what the best way to separate them would be and how I would go about mailing them?  Thanks in advance.
Leslie Liddiard
Goldsboro, NC

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