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Re: Rare hosta sources

I must admit that we are certainly not in Van Wade's class, but we are on the web with over 300 varieties and we will be adding at least 60 more for fall '98 and spring '99 delivery.  New additions should be on the web in a week or so.

Never hurts to blow your own horn.


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.

Mike Groothuis
Niles, MI

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