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Re: new introductions

  • Subject: Re: new introductions
  • From: Ray Wiegand <wie1086@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Mon, 02 Aug 2004 18:23:24 -0400


I started with a nice 7 crown plant. It has been slowly shrinking and keeps
getting moved to better locations. I have been taking the tags from plants I
lost and have made a hosta memorial graveyard. I expect to see Tattoo there in
the next 2 seasons


NardaA@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 7/31/2004 6:38:02 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> wilddog_202@yahoo.com writes:
> I suggest that you did not pay 50-100 for your Tattoo
> and that what you did pay does not give you the right
> to question the garden worthiness of the plant. Now if
> you paid the introduction price and had a division of
> Butch, I have killed it three times.  Twice I paid a fair amount for it and
> the other time I took one from a friend and it disappear within three months.
> Just for fun lets see how many people have had success growing Tattoo?  How
> many have had it disappear slowly?
> Narda Miller
> Z6, SW OH
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