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Re: smooth and heart shaped - HELP!

  • Subject: Re: smooth and heart shaped - HELP!
  • From: LemkeIowa@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 15:29:42 EST

In a message dated 2/6/04 12:46:52 PM, hostas@gmx.at writes:

<< A friend of mine wants a broadly heart shaped hosta (heart shaped as in a
heart you would find on a valentine's card) but it shouldn't be corrugated or
have wavy edges. just smooth. it should also be in the med to large section.

any ideas?




I will send you my list of Heart shaped hostas that are listed as such in my 
computer.  There are some others that are listed as "cordate." You may go to 
the Hosta Library and check the other specifications there in my pdf files.  If 
I do not have the pdf file you need just give me a jingle and I will dispatch 
it to the Library as soon as possible.

Lemke' Master List of Hostas
        Lemke's Data Base
        Marvin 'Mike' Lemke
        3615 Davisson Road
 Des Moines Iowa 50310-4627

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