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Re: Hosta Order

Hosta should be sent rather dried out to prevent mildew and other fungus.
Bob will be lucky if he doesn't have some serious fungal problems shipping
as you describe.

At 09:32 AM 5/29/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Michael D. Cook wrote:
>> Hi everybody...just received my order from Bob Axmear (Hostas Online) and
>> am delighted with the quality of the plants and packaging (one of the few
>> retailers who hasn't sent me dried-out plants!).  I got way more than my
>> money's worth at a discount price.

Butch Ragland So. Indiana zone 5

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