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Hostas in No. Ca.


I'm forwarding this note from a friend on the Salvia mail list. Can anyone
here help her with nursery suggestions? Or maybe some cultural tips
specific to her area?

Thanks,

Gerry

>Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 11:02:21 -0800
>From: Sue <smcneill@mcn.org>
>X-Accept-Language: en
>To: eoneill@attglobal.net
>Subject: Hostas
>
>I am not sending this to the list as it is about Hosta.  Do
>you know of any good source for Hosta.  I have ordered some
>from catalogues and they have all died.   Which was
>particularily irritating as they were expensive.   I am
>looking for a nursery somewhere in No. Ca. that might have a
>large selection of Hosta.  thanks.
>-- 
>Sue McNeill
>USDA Zone 9 Sunset Zone 17
>Coastal No. California
>
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