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Re: new kid on the block

Gerry/Bob O'Neill wrote:
> At 10:04 AM 12/31/99 -0500, you wrote:
> >And would you believe I don't have lancifolia?
> >
> >> Gerry
> >
> >Hi Gerry,
> >Remind me in the spring to give you lancifolia. I have loads!
> >
> >Denise
> >--
> Thanks, kiddo! I have some areas that I eventually want to use a
> grroundcover hosta under, so if you send me an eye it will get me started.
> I had considered using Yellow Splash Rim for it, but probably too shady.
> The YSM I bought last year (with two eyes) by the end of the summer had
> formed five new shoots, one a foot away from Momma. It has great potential
> for a groundcover. I have two eyes already potted up for you and Blue..And
> it didn't burn out, and didn't have much slug damage!

One eye????  No way, you're going to get MORE than one eye!
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