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Re: Frosted Jade?

  • Subject: Re: Frosted Jade?
  • From: Kris Groberg <kgroberg@fargocity.com>
  • Date: Sat, 07 Jul 2001 22:46:32 -0500

bykands wrote:
>Mine is on its second year and I got it from Bob Axmear. It is
> beautiful, has grown but is not a crazy grower for me like 'The

Hi Chris,

Ken and I were just going over Bob's list and noticed that he had
Frosted Jade.  Bob also has Paridigm Narda!  We noticed a few other
interesting hostas.  So much for having everything planted...I guess
we never have everything planted until it snows.

We will have to look for Twister too!


Sue, if you want some 'The Twister' just let me know. I have about 8 big clumps and they are all over the place. Soon I am moving and I'd just as soon send some to someone who wants them (they are beautiful). I am in Fatho, ND-Moorhead, MN. Where is Little Canada, MN? I have to go to Tofte, MN on the North Shore next week to see a Ph.D. student of mine about her diss. If you're anywhere up there, I'll bring you some. Otherwise mail works very well. Let me know, Kris

Kristi A. Groberg, Ph.D.
Hjemkomst Center
202 First Avenue North
Moorhead, MN 56561-0157
office phone: 218-299-5514
home phone: 701-293-9040
cell phone: 701-361-2773

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