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Re: Hosta Budget

At 07:44 AM 7/8/99 -0400, you wrote:
>In a private E-mail, Kate Ardissono and I were discussing spreadsheets,
>and how we budget for our hostas.
>  Her idea for a new thread was to see what program everyone uses for
>their pricing comparisons.
>  I use MS Works (which has Excel built in). I compare price, but also
>take into consideration past experience with the size of the plants
>purchased, and whether or not the plants are TC, OS, etc.
>  I have a budget, and the better the price, the more hostas I can get
>for my budget.
>  What does everyone else do?
>Diane Frederick
>Cleveland Hts., OH zone 5
>To sign-off this list, send email to majordomo@mallorn.com with the
>I pick three or four i really want(Lakeside Coalminer, Lakeside
Shoremaster, Guardian Angel, and Blackjack) the rest are trade and auctions
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