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Re: 2004 Hosta registrations

  • Subject: Re: 2004 Hosta registrations
  • From: "Lu & Dan Nelson" hostanut@Bellsouth.net
  • Date: Mon, 30 May 2005 06:20:51 -0400

Damn. Wondering about why more hostas aren't registered and then naming a daylily

'A MOOSE FISHING ON A POND ON MONDAY'


Please......daylily people please stick with daylily's. There are enough stupid names for hostas already.




Some of the registers of new hostas have stolen the names of unregistered hostas and it has been no accident. Some are so hung up on the rules that they would steal known names just to prove a point or else they just steal the name because they can. Still theft in my book.

Dan

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