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Re: Missing Hosta


   My Gold Standard are really demonstrating a difference.  The ones in the 
back garden (south side of house, well sheltered) are poking up nicely.  On 
the other hand, the ones in front of the house (north side) have shown no 
signs of life.  It's like this every year, they come up when the soil warms 
up and they're darned good and ready.  Most of the hostas in the front garden 
are still invisible, while the back is full of eager eyes and a Montana that 
is up and unfurled.  

   I LOVE SPRING!!!

  Clare Mannino
  Clifton Park NY    z4/5
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