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RE: Re: Bloodroot

> Kitty, that would be no fun at all, holding
> back on plant orders!  Think of
> them as food for your spirit!

True, but the items I ordered from Seneca mean that I have to dig out some
hostas to make room.  Which isn't such a bad idea, just takes more time.  And
the price I'll get for the hostas in my garage sale will only be 10% of the
cost of the new plants.  do you think I could put hostas in my IRA?


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