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Jim's Hostas


Hi-
I have ordered for the past two years from Jim's Hostas and have been
thrilled with the quality and condition of the plants.

My order from Plant Delights was super, too.

Am awaiting an order from Seawright Nursery-last year's was very nice.

Shady Oaks sent some nice, but small hostas. Actually prefer Jim's and
Plant Delights. Great job!

Patty
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http://home.earthlink.net/~saluki13/index.html
or
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Valley/9911


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