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The BHHS


The British Hosta and Hemerocallis Society is a GREAT organization. They 
publish a marvelous, indeed fab!, bulletin each year----many great colour 
pix. (Mike Shadrack is the editor.) Also, and more important, the bulletin is 
chock-full of excellent articles.

If you want more info, let Mike know(mikeshadrack@aol.com) or Glen 
Pether(gpether321@aol.com). I cannot recall the exact amount of the dues, but 
it is quite reasonable.
I am a member and will be attending the Summer Meeting in Yorkshire this July.

Please consider joinin the listserve==BHHSPOL@onelist.com---just go to 
www.onelist.com and follow instructions.

OH! To be in England now that spring is there.
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