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Re: Fridays: Name this plant

I. T. Johnson wrote:
> I'm not a Canadian, but I do know an excellent hosta specialty nursery
> in Ontario:
>         The Hosta Choice Nursery
>         Margot and Udo Dargatz

> You will enjoy Margot and Udo, and you will certainly get good plants,
> which will be as labelled.

Thanks Irwin, this is exactly the type of helpful information I need. 

I prefer to tryout the Canadian sources first, because of the customs
and duty tax and duty handling fees. I have had items take at least 35
days to clear customs. It can sometimes be a real hassle, and other
times no hassle.
peri, Ontario, CANADA, mailto:briard-hosta@kos.net

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