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Re: Hosta Tools

  • Subject: Re: Hosta Tools
  • From: KateKlass@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2003 13:23:05 EST

My favorite tool(s) are a seven inch boning knife used for those difficult 
weeds and pruning sheers used for cutting off spent Hosta flower stalks which 
my hubby made two carrying pouches attached to my five gallon bucket. I carry 
it with me while I walk my gardens looking at my babies getting that stray 
weed. Since I have over 600 plants, I've found keeping up on a daily basis is 
much easier than letting things go which on occasion happens. :) 

Solidarity, Katherine A. Klass
                4439 Valhalla Road
                New Franken, WI. 54229
                phone 1-920-866-2413
                fax 1-920-866-3312
                e-mail kateklass@aol.com
                e-mail Katherine.Klass@usda.gov

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