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Re: Calling all Easterners...er...everyone!

In a message dated 1/16/00 11:52:31 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
Hostanut@Bellsouth.net writes:

<< My particular interest is the Southeast (my
 lot is in South Carolina),  >>

Lu, have you been to Mark Houpt's site.  He was a hosta enthusiast but the 
hurricanes and the heat of last summer has dampened his enthusiasm.  He is a 
great guy and has a great inspiration to a lot of us who have ended up here.  
Anyway he works in Charleston and often mentions Coastal Gardens.  E-mail him 
he will probably keep in touch with you while you are out of the country.

Also, Jeff Collier lives in Northwest I think South Carolina, he is the 
greatest and has a wonderful sense of humor.  If you need Mark's address let 
me know.  Narda
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