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Re: on guard

My neighbor had  her garden open for the Minnesota Hosta Society to tour last 
Saturday, and I was fortunate enough to be a part of the festivities..  Now 
there is one thing I do not understand.. How does anyone get out with a 
hosta??  Are they taking the ones that are in pots or are they digging them 
up?  If they are digging them, how do they do it so that they ar enot 
detected?  Do not other people on the tour see this type of activity and if 
so, why don't they report it??

Or, are they just reaching down and ripping them out by the roots and 
sticking them in their purse or pocket..

How bold and brazen are these people - It's beyond me...

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