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Re: Political Follicles (and hostas too)

  • Subject: Re: Political Follicles (and hostas too)
  • From: Kris Groberg <kgroberg@fargocity.com>
  • Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2004 15:02:00 -0500

Marie-Louise Wagner wrote:

> > So tell us what the hosta situation is like in
> > Austria.
> > Kris
> Slowly but steadily getting better....;-)

Hi Marie--

It's the same in Russia, to which I travel for research. When I started really
looking, I found more hostas than I expected to find. There are many formal
gardens, but these are governmental for the most part and use mostly Victorian
flower-bedding. In private gardens, the main emphasis is on food production
(the economy is disastrous).

So do you find hostas in the nurseries in Austria? The same kind of variety we
have in the States?


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