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Clyde Crockett z5
<HTML><FONT  SIZE=3 PTSIZE=10>In a message dated 5/15/1999 8:19:57 PM Central Daylight Time, jlanier@yancey.main.nc.us writes:<BR>
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<< Savory's Greenhouse in Edina is one of the oldest and most famous hosta<BR>
 growers in the country >><BR>
 You must heed John's post. Savory's is absolutely a fabulous hosta nursery.<BR>
tel#=612 941-8755. ( I think the Area Code has changed for many suburbs of Minneapolis. It may be 651.) They sell great plants, many of them are their hybrids.<BR>
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The late Bob Savory was one of the greats and Dennis(son) and Arlene(widow) are carrying it on in the great tradition it has always been. (Edina is a lovely suburb.)<BR>
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You might want to 'phone Bob Olson to get other suggestions.612 920-8327.<BR>
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Just a short drive south in Albert Lea is the nursery of the Minks. <BR>
114 The Fairway, 56007. Tel #= 507 373-5290. <BR>
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Clyde Crockett z5</HTML>




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