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Re: Hosta books


In a message dated 98-05-30 13:37:00 EDT, you write:

<< a book a good general
 info book with a lot of pictures is The Gardeners Guide to Growing
 Hostas by Diana Grenfell >>


THE ONLY PROBLEM WITH GRENFELL'S BOOK IS THAT ALL THE CULTURAL INFORMATION IS
BASED ON LIVING IN BRITAIN......WHAT WILL GROW IN THE SUN ON THE ISLAND, MAY
NOT HOLD TRUE OVER HERE......SO IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THAT TYPE OF
INFO.....GO WITH SCHMID........

IT IS ALL IN THAT BOOK....ALL OF IT....MUCH MORE THAN YOU WILL EVER WANT TO
KNOW OR READ.....ITS THE BEST...

KEN
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