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Re: hostas, for a change

Hi Rich,
As usual,  I keep flunking Seed growing 101....  Then to make matters worse, this year with all the travelling I was never home to do Crosses (and I had some that I was dying to play with).  So with no seeds (which is probably good since I kill any I try to grow) it's going to be a L-O-n-g Winter.... boo hoo....  What I'll probably do is work on my spring game plan... Attack of the Wilderness to the West of the house.  I will admit Paul did clean up the seed trays and stored them to next year.
Hope everyone has a fun and festive Turkey day
 It's time to take out the seed trays, clean them up, get the lights on, and grow hosta seeds.  Spring is

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