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Re: abusing hostas...

So Instead of moving about 70 plus hosta... I can let the work crew stomp on
them and next time the hosta will do better... hum that's an Idea... oops
but if their going to regrade the whole area I guess I still have to move
them.  Gee I thought maybe I was on to something.  I agree Paula it's


>  In England is known as "mowing"(I would have a cardiac if hubby did that 
>  before I read this...) cutting off the entire leaf crown at ground level
>  flower scapes are emerging. Or there is the grisly modification (his
>  of grinding the heel of a shoe into young hosta shoots as they are
>  in the spring.

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