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Re: Hosta Plea

NardaA@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 1/29/2004 8:24:11 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> gw1944@vermontel.net writes:
> I think that Rod Kuenster offers the best reason for slowing down the
> output of hostas. I was so busy babbling that I forgot about the elephant
> on the table.
> Glen, what on the earth are you talking about?
> I was worried the other day that the hosta craze might die someday.  Go the
> way of Mediterranean furniture, tail fins on cars, hats and gloves on ladies,
> teenage mutant ninja turtles, Atari, ......................transistor radios,
> minimalism....
> Narda

Hi Narda:  It's so damn cold here that I am pretty glad to think of hostas in
the spring. Kris
Good to see the list perk up.

Ubi sunt qui ante nos fuerunt,

Kristi A. Groberg, Ph.D.
Fargo, ND 58103

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