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Re: Dividing hostas

In a message dated 8/23/1999 9:58:55 PM Central Daylight Time, Meum71@aol.com 

<< lets see I think a clump of 'Lancifolia' will 
 work for the easy one. >>
That's TOO easy as Lancifolia is so easy to divide using any method. 
Just get your knife and go to work on Midwest Magic--- you cannot hurt 
it---indeed, I mutilated Puckered Giant trying to get a division out of it 
without digging up the clump. Next year it had double the division as I 
accidentally rossed it!
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