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Oklahoma Hosta Societies' Seed Bank

  • Subject: Oklahoma Hosta Societies' Seed Bank
  • From: Betsy Mahtani <bmathani@flash.net>
  • Date: Thu, 06 Dec 2001 10:07:08 -0600

Additional seeds now available, all in very short supply, are:

Daylily seeds donated by Bob Axmere and priced at $.25 per seed, minimum
20 seeds = $5:

Lavender Blue Baby, open pollinated
Mixed seedlings, as seen in Bob's pics posted from time to time

Hosta seeds donated by Rich Horowitz, priced at $1 per packet
(approximately 1/4 tsp.)

Abiqua Ariel			Elata		     Puckered Giant
Abiqua Drinking Gourd		Fresh		     Purple Profusion
Abiqua Elephant Ears		Goddess of Athena    Riptide
Aurora Borealis			Gray Cole	     Samurai
Azure Snow			Invincible	     sieboldiana Mira
Big Mama			Jade Cascades	     Treasure
Blue Arrow			Lakeside Maestro     Wheaton Blue
Bold Ruffles			Love Pat	     Yellow River
Daughter of Ledi Lantis		Maggie May	     Zounds

Thanks to Bob and Rich, and to those who support us!

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