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Re: Oh My Heart hosta

  • Subject: Re: Oh My Heart hosta
  • From: "H. WILLIAMS" <msbucky@home.com>
  • Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2001 15:53:46 -0400

Hi Ran

It certainly is a beautiful and unusual bloomer!  A small problem I can
foresee, is that you really have to see it in bloom to truly appreciate
it... at least the average consumer would.

About the signed form, you probably can't rely on people to abide by it.
Even if it's only giving pieces to friends and family, no doubt it would
still get pased around, and you would lose control.

Why not wait another year - By next year you will probably have way more
than 40, you can offer them for sale then, get some return on your
investment, and by the time the tc labs obtain the plant you will have
already enjoyed some benefit from it? The way things work in our
economy, unless you are in business for yourself (and even then)- there
is almost always someone higher up on the food chain who makes money
from your hard work. Sooner or later...

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