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Re: Peter Ruh Correspondence #4

In a message dated 3/3/01 5:25:56 PM Eastern Standard Time, JMFLIES@aol.com 

<< As I sit at my computer this beautiful spring (looking) day, I'm going 
 through all my notes that I put on my recorder last fall as I cut off each 
 and every plant to dispose of.  This includes a complete inventory of what 
 and how many plants are in each bed along with a note on what will/should be 
 moved this next spring.  

Wow, that is admirable.  I am sorry to say that I don't have too many hostas 
that I can remember where they are or which ones I have and do not have.  
Hopefully many of them have markers next to them, but I can't even say that 
to be certain.  N.  
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