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Re: Trip to Michigan


Kdye1@aol.com wrote:
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> Jane,
> Arrowhead Alpines is east of East Lansing, out in the country, but a great
> place to visit.  Jim Wilkins told me about it and if you are interested in
> unusual plants, they have a lot.
> Kay Dye, Edelstein, IL Zone 5, always pushing 6
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Arrowhead Alpines is about 15 minutes away from me in a small town
called Fowlerville, Michigan. Excellent nursery with top quality plants.
It's been a few years since I have been there and I can't remember if
they sell hosta. If they do, I am over there in a flash.

Denise
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