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Re: Rare hosta sources

Mike Groothuis wrote:
> Most every nursery that specializes in hostas offers pretty much the
> same 100 varieties or so. What is a good place to purchase the more rare
> and unheard of varieties? Thanks everyone.
Hi Mike
	You might need the Hosta Finder. It has hundreds of hostas listed and
better yet will put you in contact with different hybridizers.
       Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308 319 568-4859
       http://www.gem-enterprises.com/axmear/home.html  HOSTAS ONLINE  
        http://www.gem-enterprises.com/axmear/webwork.html WEBWORK
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