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sources for hosta

 If anyone is looking for hosta sources, there is a guy in Sudbury ,Mass. who
puts out the Hosta Finder that on pages 3 & 4 lists approximately 40 different
sources for Hosta.The price of the Hosta Finder is $9.00 to individuals and
cheaper  for groups.Of the sources listed , Tower Perenials in Wa.' GreenHill
Farms in N.C.,Kuk's Forest inOhio, Northern Grown in Wisconsin, & Wade and
Gatton in Belleville,Ohio are all FIRST CLASS. If you would like to e-mail
Steve, his address is																				SHGreene@aol.com											Good
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