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BHHS Bulletin

I recently received the British Hosta and Hemerocallis Society Bulletin

It is very well done under the competent editorship of Mike Shadrack. There
are some excellent articles, particularly by Gwen Black and Jim Hawes that
will appeal to all-comers.

There are 8 color pages, with very nice reproductions of hostas and
hems.(Mostly hostas, thank goodness!)
The BHHS is a great organization. If you are interested in Membership, write:
Ms. Lynda Hinton,Toft Monks, The Hithe,
Rodborough Common
Gloucestershire GL5 5BN
It is my understanding that postal rates for overseas airmail have not been

Clyde Crockett z5 Indy IN <ccredux@aol.com> 
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