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Re: Newbie question

  • Subject: Re: Newbie question
  • From: "Sandy Houck" <shouck@dmcom.net>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2002 12:03:43 -0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)

Looks like I was jumping the gun on when to expect to see them break dormancy. May is usually boring around here. I guess with the hostas life will be more exciting that month!
-------Original Message-------
Date: Tuesday, April 09, 2002 11:53:34 AM
Subject: Re: Newbie question
Good morning Sandy,

Here in my zone 3 garden I am lucky if I see the hosta pips in mid-May.
Most of the hosta beds are still under snow so it will probably be June
this year.

BJ in SW MB on the cold and still frosty Canadian Prairies

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