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Hi I am new, but have been reading all your comments and have enjoyed all
the Hosta talk.  I just started purchasing and planting hostas last year.
I now have over 60 varieties and have created over a dozen new beds in our
red pine plantation around our house.  I am looking forward to another year
of hosta-ing.....I would have to say I am smitten with the bug and have
developed a bad case of Hostaholicism!  It is nice to see there are others
out there smitten by the same bug!

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