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Re: Red Spats

In a message dated 8/21/04 9:49:51 PM, chick@bridgewoodgardens.com writes:

<< Many years ago Jim Hawes gave me a hosta named 'Red Spats'.  I can't 

find any reference to it anywhere. Anyone know anything about it?



Inasmuch as your letter is in the hosta-open I cannot send you a my pdf file 
on 'Red Spats,'  Therefore I will post it in the Hosta Library's Lemke's data 
section.  I hope before my world comes to an end I will get all of my files 
posted in the Library.

Viva la Hosta

Lemke's Database
Marvin 'Mike' Lemke
3615 Davisson Road
Des Moines, Iowa 50310-4627
Lemkeiowa @aol.com

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