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Re: [hostapix] Some thoughts

  • Subject: Re: [hostapix] Some thoughts
  • From: LemkeIowa@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2002 11:57:21 EDT

In a message dated 8/26/02 10:33:25 AM, hostahill@bellsouth.net writes:

<< he Munich Botanic Garden at the turn of the century (1900 - the one before 
this last one) and they were magnificent in 1984 (see Fig. 3-63, page 93, my 
book). Now those are good garden hostas. Those new-fangled, fussy, 
time-consuming hostas, which take out-of-the-ordinary care and babying, are 
for the collectors, who have the considerable knowledge, time, money, and 
devotion required to keep these things looking good and pretty and alive. 
have no place in the average shady garden, where each component has to 
contribute to the design year after year for many, many years. </DIV>
<DIV>W. George Schmid
Hosta Hill - Tucker GA
Z >>

...W. George.

This states the case for the advancement of the 'Loser's Lane' very well.  We 
are past the age of >>Let the buyer beware.

Marvin (Mike) Lemke

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