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So Ya Wannabe A Future Hosta Hybridizer! :( eh? & LOL! :))

              One of your *HOSTAPIX@EGROUP.COM* hostesses & list-owners (Lu 
Treadway in gorgeous-Georgia-USA?) wrote somewhere, that one day, she would 
like to become a Hybridizer and create some new kinds of hostas.
      I suppose, there are many reading this, who have similar 
AND TO START RIGHT NOW ...It might be a good idea, to begin growing all the 
hosta seedlings you can possibly handle & do:
 >>--->  By growing seedlings now, one can establish those future  'Breeder 
Parents' you will need & want to work with in the future ...and...
 >>--->  By growing seedlings now, one gets an overall view of the 
gene-pool within given hosta-types; and which, will be handy to know, when 
one starts making their own planned crosses, later on.
       As I understand it, Lu Treadway has taken my suggestion above.  New 
indoor fluorescent light setups are going up in Atlanta.  She already has 
hosta plants in the sprouting stage.

      IF? ...there is anyone here, who thinks they may have some 
hosta-seed, which has terrific & excellent potential to assemble a string 
of good future *Breeder Parents* and...
      IF? ...these hostapix members thinking so, can spare some of this 
seed ...and love sharing their efforts with others ...then...
      I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS LIBERTY! ..to ask you to please contact:
"Lu Treadway" <hostanut@bellsouth.net>
                                                         and/or mail your 
surprise-seed to:
Lu Treadway
2489 Jacks View Ct.,
Snellville, GA.
                              ...and WHY am I doing this?

Lu Treadway, kindly & graciously took the HOSTAPIX co-ordination job off my 
hands (when I asked her to do this) and this, has given me the needed time 
to do other household chores around here (cooking, laundry, washing floors, 
house-keeping, cleaning the out-house and etc?) and Lucy-me-loves-it?  Lu 
has kept the hostapix-E-group nicely in tact therefore, by way of thanks, I 
would like to see Lu Treadway growing some very tremendous future set-up 
seedlings i.e. Good Breeder Parent Seedlings? ..for the future!

TO ANYONE? ...who does mail some kind of HOSTA'seed to the above address, 
and feels, that this seed will provide excellent future'BREEDERS: then I 
will send you some of the rarest seed on this planet, simply called 
"Variegated Seedlings Guraranteed!"  ...and...
                                DO U KNOW ANYONE ELSE ON EARTH, WHO IS 
GUARANTEEING *variegated results* in the seed they are shipping? <-> Kindof 
a rare statement, don't you think? ..and this ..does make it RARE SEED!

thank y'all kindly for READING'THIS and remaining

hosta sincerely yours

Miss Lucy Cannon
aka <=> WiN 

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