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hostas of course

  • Subject: hostas of course
  • From: SECK138@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 31 Jul 2004 20:05:20 -0400

Do we have the same plant?  That is a question that I always have.  We bought the same plant but it performs totally different.  Is originator stock always originator stock?   Tattoo grows fine for me but isn't necessarily my favorite plant.  I prefer stop me in my track kind of plants.  I think after you have bought 500 hundred plants or so plants there are too many plants that you don't have any feelings about what so ever.  The $100 dollar price tag isn't a problem for plants that you will love forever.  But often the plants we paid a lot of money for do not live up to our hopes.  I think warwick comet was worth the price tag.  But very few others I bought.  

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