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Re: The Hosta Magazine


I will have a check in the mail tomorrow. I look forward to the magazine.
 
Preston Littleton ( plittleton@ce.net )
Seaford DE
zone 7
 

 
I am happy to announce the publication of a new journal called HOSTA
MAGAZINE. I will begin publication with the March/April 2001 issue and
would like to offer you an introductory subscription.  Below is the
subscription information.  I have also attached information regarding
advertisements if you or anyone you know of would be interested in placing
an ad in the journal. 
Len

Welcome to HOSTA MAGAZINE
The first publication of this magazine will be the March/April 2001 issue.
 Some of the regular features you will see include:
 A Classic Hosta of the Month - Blue Skies - March/April
 A Recent Introduction Hosta of the Month - Allen C. Haskell -
March/April
 Garden of the Month - Hidden Lake Gardens, Tipton, MI -
March/April
 Questions & Answers & Letters to the Editor
 Newbies Feature - Trading by Mail - March/April
 Hosta People - Bevie Schmidt - March/April
 Guess Me Photo
 Lots of Hosta nursery advertisements

Features in upcoming issues include:
 Growing Hostas for the Beginner
 Hosta - Companion Plants
 Growing Hosta from Seed
 Dealing with Slugs
 Let's Trade Column
 All About Fertilizer
 Hosta Sports
 Look Alike Hosta
 Bad Trees/Good Trees for Hostas
 Landscape Design for a Hosta Garden
 Pollinating and Developing Hybrids
 Introduction to Soils
 Propagating Hostas
 Hostas for Sunny Locations
 Hostas for Dense Shade
 And much, much more

Introductory Price: 6 issues for $25.00 in US currency

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Please make your check payable to HOSTA MAGAZINE & mail subscription form
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PEABODY, MA 01960





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