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RE: Trends in hostas

  • Subject: RE: Trends in hostas
  • From: ranbl@netsync.net
  • Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2004 11:41:20 -0500 (EST)

Thanks Mike
The special lists are going out, Yours soon !
> Ran-
> No doubt it's taken 15 years.   It's easy as heck to cull when all
> one is looking for is varigation or form.  Flowers takes a bit longer.
> Some of the 'tid bits' so to speak sound very very very intigueing.
> (where's that specials list?) the part about the clouds of flowers
> particularly intrests me.  Keep me posted.
> Keep up the efforts.
> Mike
> Milwaukee

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