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Re: Happy New Year from FL 3

  • Subject: Re: Happy New Year from FL 3
  • From: "Sandra Fain" slfain@earthlink.net
  • Date: Wed, 1 Jan 2003 19:02:46 -0700

I have a question regarding the hostas on exhibit at FIRST LOOK.  Is there a
plant spray used on the leaves to make them appear so shiny, like the
nurseries use on green leaves?   Like horse shows, I can only imagine there
must be a whole lotta washing leaves and spiffing going on.  I just want
every single hosta that was shown.  Is that greedy????   Sandra

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