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Re: Nearby Hosta Nursery or Gardens


Matt,
Yes, here we are, just a few hours from you. We're only a few minutes south 
of Atlanta and off of I-85 South. Our display garden hasn't dried up yet but 
hurry. We drive past you usually a couple of times a year going to 
Charleston,SC. Check out the web site.
Richard Jolly

Pine Forest Gardens Grower of Quality Hostas
On Line Catalog
http://pineforestgardens.com


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