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Re: new kid on the block

Heh,heh. That's why I asked the question about growing hostas in ceramic
self-watering pots! And added benefit is no slugs, no earwigs! (Just a
plant-eating cat)


At 02:06 PM 12/31/99 -0600, you wrote:
>Hi Gerry,
>HMMM. Maybe when your half acre is covered you could consider all that
>wasted space inside your house. I understand that growing hostas inside in
>containers is done extensively in Japan. I'm sure that if you started out
>with just one good clump of, oh let's say lancifolia, in no time at all you
>could have a lovely terrarium look in every room!!!!
>Hank Zumach
>Stoddard, WI
>zone 4
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