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Re: Rare Hostas

> I can't talk to someone about hostas every day, cause my wife does not care
> for hostas, and the lady next door, who has about 400 varieties in her yard,
> may get tired of me if I show up at her door every day -  not to mention the
> eyebrows that might raise.

Dear Ronnie,
I am in the same boat as you are. My husband thinks that hostas are no
better than weeds. Can you imagine!! I am thankful I have some good
friends who have the same hosta sickness as I do. Misery loves company,
I guess. :-)

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