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I caught this message from ANLA list server.  I thought everyone here could
flood this poor woman with a wealth of knowledge!

> I have been asked to write an article on hostas for The
> American Gardener magazine. They want an article that will be
> useful to gardeners everywhere, and my own experience is limited
> to growing hostas in northeast Pennsylvania.

> I need to get information from breeders or "name" gardeners around
> the country. Specifically what I need to know the answers to these
> questions:
> 1. What are the biggest challenges a hosta grower in your area  faces?
> 2. Which  hostas do best in your area - please name names!
> 3. What do you consider to be the 3 best hostas introduced in the past 5
> years.
> 4. Why, in your opinion, with so many varieties if hostas
> already on the market, do breeders keep creating new ones?
> My absolute deadline for submitting the story is March 25, which leaves
> me in something of a rush.

> Thanks
> Carol Wallace
> Virtually Gardening
> http://www.suite101.com/welcome.cfm/virtually_gardening

"It is in us to plant thine honour where
        We please to have it grow."
-William Shakespeare (All's Well That Ends Well 2, iii)

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