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Re: Amish

	Actually, I know one. Sadie Lapp. She went with me to "The
Azalea Patch" Eva Jones's place in Maryland. She was a bit put
off by prices in general and likes to grow seedlings but not
with any particular goal in mind. I loaned her all my books
and Journals but I'm still having trouble adjusting her train
of thought. She still feels her seedling are the same as the
parent plants. It's an on going project.

	I do give her the lists I receive and she sends for 
some herself. Her interests tend more towards the commercial,
readily available, more common varieties. 


andrewl wrote:
> bob wrote:
> RE:>>Technically if you deleted all the files on your hard drive you
> couldn't forward anything.
> --
> I'm thinking that you're right; he does have it backwards.  You need
> to send the Amish virus to all of your friends FIRST then to delete
> the files for the virus to be effective.  It's a shame to see them
> getting involved in this virus stuff. :-)
> Ever since I tested milk in Holmes County, Ohio, I have always had a
> very found spot for the Amish.  Spent lots of hours discussing world
> politics with them (when I was still a hippie) and many of them
> concluded each visit with, "I will pray for you".  Eventually, this
> touched my heart and I made some major changes in my life.  The vast
> majority of these folks are very wonderful, Christian people, and
> would never get involved in such a scheme...
> Were they interested in Hostas, however, they would have no shortage
> on horse manure and would probably be excellent growers of our
> favorite genus.  Anyone know of any Amish Hosta Growers?  Too bad they
> are not likely to EVER see my listings.  :-(
> --
> Andrew Lietzow
> #1 Plantsman at http://hostahaven.com
> 1250 41st St
> Des Moines, IA 50311-2516
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