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Re: Phoenix and lists

A very wise woman told me when I started this hosta craze mark everything 
Once above ground and one under the plant. Just incase something happens to 
the tag above. 
I love the tags that are printed up with all kinds of information, those are 
the ones I put in the ground. 
I like the tags that Shady Oaks Nursery has(the lazer ones) but they are too 
expensive. I just use the metal ones. 
Actually a suggestion was made on the web using old broken plastic Mini 
blinds, and Paint markers. Most cost effective and lasts the longest. As soon 
as I can find some mini blinds at Savers or Goodwill, I will start with them.

I too have my hosta list on MS office works. And someday I might even keep 
more information on it....like when it was registered and by who. And when i 
really get good, where i got the hosta from. Main reason I had to make a list 
was because I kept buying my favorites....over and over again.

Cindy if you need some digging...I am transplanting seedlings over 

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