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Re: Availability of Hostas

Ok then Glen, but where should I start looking for Indian Feather?! LOL
----- Original Message --

> Have hostas that are unavailable is good for all of us. If everything were
> attainable the mystique would be gone.There is SO MUCH that is available
> and that has a price, that it makes a great deal of sense to have a Holy
> Grail or two.Something just out of reach. A reason to keep us looking.
> "Everything happens to everybody sooner or later if there is enough time."
> Glen Williams

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