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Re: Thanks

> My potted hostas are all tucked under their oak leaf pile for the winter.
> Last year I overwintered 20 or so, and swore I wouldn't buy any more til I
> got those planted. Well, I kept my promise, and planted the old ones, but
> then bought so many that I have 20 or so new ones to overwinter. Next year
> I promise I won't buy any more til I get these planted.  ;-)
> It's going to be hard, though, since the discussions on this robin have
> resulted in a whole new wish list.
> Gerry

I made the same promise, Gerry....no hostas until I had all that I
brought with me when I moved in the ground. No exceptions. Well...I only
bought about 20 this year. And I planted around 70 or more. That's not
bad, right?

Diane Frederick

P.S. Denise is right - she knows us too well. :)
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