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Re: First Love ???

Hi Ron,
When I first started gardening, everything I planted in the shady rock
garden died.  Except for these green leafy things that were there, and they
kept coming back, in spite of me.  Took a leaf to a nursery, and was told it
was a "hosta"  Bought a few more, green and white ones.
The following year, I rescued a sick yellow looking hosta on the clearance
table.  The following year, I couldn't beleive my eyes...it was
beautiful...it was  Gold Standard, which remains a favorite today.
Set out on a mission to find another Gold Standard, and thats when I
discovered the huge assortment and got hooked!

Quebec, Canada

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