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Re: Hosta College

Hello Kitty,
    to be honest I am not a hosta-nut. I do have some in my garden and
purchase a new one or two every year or so. They are good for stitching a
shade garden together.. will go with just about anything in a shade garden.
Too easy and answer sometimes. A dealer I know up in Indianapolis helped me
with some research into hosta last fall, so I will make a point to go
purchase from him sometime this spring.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
> Sounds like fun, Gene. I checked the website, but the only info they
> have for this year's conference is the date and an email address.
> I received the new Plant Pics catalogue the other day. A large selection
> of Hosta at reasonable prices. Ssome I've seen elsewhre for much more,
> like Elvis Lives for only $11, compared to around $20+ elsewhere.
> Kitty

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