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Re: Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'

I just loved reading this post.  The mysterious Keith should be an 
author- with his skill to "turn a phrase" I think he'd be an instant 
hit.  And, perhaps the best plant saleman alive.  I haven't even looked 
at a picture of this plant and now I want one too!


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>I found the article.   I can't remember who the person was that wrote it but
>>because I loved it so I contacted him at the time to use it in our lily
>>society newsletter that I was writing.   I have the same passion for this
>>plant and
>>have read and reread this so many times & love it each time.   However, not
>>all my lily friends enjoyed it.   In fact, Mother Lily herself told a friend I
>>should be addressing lilies not Japanese grass.   :-)
>D'oh!  You beat me to it!  :)
>This was posted by 'Keith' to the perennials mailing list in March 2001:
>   http://www.hort.net/lists/perennials/mar01/msg00020.html
>>Subject: Re: Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'
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