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Re: Upside Down Hostas

Being a beginner at this hosta business, I certainly don't have the answer to
the question of the "Upside Down Hosta".  Nor do I have the luxery of any
extra plants to experiment (possibly murder) with.  So, if one of you out
there that have an old, decrepid hosta that ou are not unduly attached to, go
ahead and plant it, (brown side up) and report back with the details of this
"unscientific study"

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