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Re: Top Ten Most Recognizeable

  • Subject: Re: Top Ten Most Recognizeable
  • From: "Bill Meyer" <njhosta@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2001 17:58:08 -0400

Hi Tim,
       Of course, do what you like with it. One thing to think about-------This is a list of most recognizeable plants. The future may bring more similar ones and have us scratching our heads about these. I chose these because they don't yet have any lookalikes out there, but in time they might. That's why 'On Stage'/'Choko Nishiki'/ 'Kinkaku' didn't make it.  Then it will be "I don't know......it's either 'Fire and Ice' or 'Loyalist', do you think there's any difference?" with some of these.
        Come on, give it your best shot.
                                                                                             .............Bill
                                                                 
----- Original Message -----
From: timsaville
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 5:37 PM
Subject: Re: Top Ten Most Recognizeable

 
Hi Bill
Any chance I could reprint this in a BHHS Newsletter as a starter for some membership input of a similar nature?
I think Chris' s original mailing not only took us all away from the unpleasantness of some recent postings on the robins but also provided us all with the incentive to reassess the hostas out there, something that may be increasingly necessary as the 5000 mark approaches.
I am chickening out for the moment! LOL
Tim over the pond
PS I agree with you over Spring Fling. I now regret not coughing up the $100 at the Convention, especially as one of my fellow BHHS chums has just received it thru the mail from Tony and it even looks good after 3000 plus miles travel - more than I did!




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