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Re: fixing up your soil /weird fertility

NardaA@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 2/29/00 6:36:13 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> trueblue@micron.net writes:
> << But I still think I'm perfectly normal....I've had too many
>  people tell me I'm odd, or bizarre in my life. I tend to take it as a
>  compliment. :)  >>
> Diane, have you seen Bizarre, Bob Solburg has it for fifteen or so, a have to
> have hosta, not just because of the name, it is a cutie too.  Cute and
> Bizarre, what else could you ask for?  Narda

  Yes, I saw the original plant, finally, last summer at Bob Kuk's
garden. It really is a nice plant - it's on my wish list, of course. :)

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