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Re: Size of Hostas

Hi Vicky,
It has to do with how many characters you e mail program has on one line. I
use MS Outlook Express and do not have this problem.

Sometimes I post to the AHS robin and to Hosta Open at the same time and one
or the other will do what you are describing.

I wish I could help. Try composing your message when you have the document
in its reduced size.(the - , box and X in the right hand corner). Message
composed full screen seem to have this problem quite often.
Dan Nelson
Bridgeville DE
zone 7
-----Original Message-----
From: Alan & Vicky Cahanes <acahanes@frontiernet.net>
To: Hosta <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Sunday, January 17, 1999 11:10 AM
Subject: Size of Hostas

>Hi Everyone,
>You know it really is deceiving when in the descriptions of the size it
>says it is
>a small hosta like Gold Edger.  It also states that this one is good for
>using as
>an edger.  Well good thing I found out that Gold Edger gets 4 feet wide,
>there's no way I would consider using it as an edger around a garden.
>If it
>says the hosta is to be Large or Very Large then fine but I would not
>call Gold Edger
>a small hosta.
>One other thing I use Netscape Communicator for my mail program.  Now
>when I type
>my message it's always lined up nice and neat but then after I send it
>the lettering
>doesn't stay nice and neat the way I typed it.  It's all over with short
>lines.  Does anyone
>know why this is happening? If you could email me privately that would
>be great.
>Vicky Cahanes
>New Richmond,  WI
>zone 4
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