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OK, where do I collect?

Twice yesterday people told me I can pass go and collect my $200. Where do I

Walter, I got my first hosta from Sam & Charlene also. I went there and
wandered the property in awe of everything, quite overwhelmed. I remember
turning a corner and seeing a very mature Zounds that took my breath away.
My hands were shaking and I had tears when I asked Sam what it was and where
I could get it. Naturally he sold one to me, and so began the obsession. I
haven't been out there in a few year, but I think this coming spring will be
a "must do" for sure.

This morning I woke up and did my usual "look & see" at my seed growing
trays. I have two babies that have broken ground. How very, VERY exciting.
So I guess THAT"S where I collect my two hundred bucks! LOL!

Life is GOOD!

Lu (Atlanta, Zone 7B)

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