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Re: Rare hosta sources

Joanne Pyszczek wrote:
> 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.
> >
> Try Wade and Gatton.  I picked up a copy of their listing at the
> convention and still haven't gottten thru the entire thing.
> 1228 Gatton Rocks Rd
> Bellville, OH
> 44813-9106
> Joanne

Though I haven't received mine, yet, I heard the W&G catalog went to a
listing format - no more wonderful information to be had. But with 1800
hostas for sale, I guess it was inevitable.

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