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Re: Stolen Hostas

At 05:39 AM 7/12/99 -0500, you wrote:
>This is of some concern to me as my garden will be on an optional tour in
>about two weeks.  If I lose plants, there will be no more tours.  Anybody
>have a collection of bear traps?
>>For the people who visited Hidden Lake Gardens on the National Tour, I have
>>to report that theft has been a problem since the garden's inception.
>>Several of Herb Benedicts plants and anything worth over about $25.00 walks
>>out of there.
>Floyd Rogers
>Northern Illinois Hosta Society
>Butterfield Gardens
>1-877-GRDN CTR
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>hi, have a few friends as plant sitters and greeters, nothing wrong with
that. indianabob

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