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Re: Ontario Hostas Society


Thank you Hugo and Andrew.

I was looking for that site for quite a while.

The Quebec Hostas and Hemerocallis has also a site:
http://www.iquebec.com/hostasquebec

We are now changing our site to bring more information. Our site is and will
be fully bilingual. Our first newsletter will be published in next January
2001. We are anxious to read it.

Reggie D. Millette
Prsesident
Q.H.H.S.
----- Original Message -----
From: "andrewl" <andrewl@hostahaven.com>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 31, 2000 6:47 AM
Subject: Re: Ontario Hostas Society


> Hello, Hugo,
> Very well, then Mr. Philips.  I made a correction AND spent some time
perusing
> the site, reading the current newsletter.  A VERY active Hosta Society,
> indeed.  I found myself wanting to spend more time there, and at the
Hort-Pro
> online magazine site as well.  Some very able horticulturalists have
assembled
> to produce what looks to be an exceptional magazine.  And some avid Hosta
> enthusiasts are putting on quite a show at that web site.
> http://www.rittenhouse.ca/hortmag/Hosta/Hosta_Main.htm
>
> The Newsletters of the OHS society being posted is a very good idea!  I'll
have
> to see if we can get our newsletter in it's electronic format to save on
all of
> the typing that would be required.
>
> Good day, mate!  Must be about noon there?
>
> Andrew Lietzow
>
> > Hugo Philips
> > Brasschaat
> > Belgium
> >
>
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