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Re: flowers etc

'Hirao Majesty'
The sheer profusion of the flowers and the good balance with the foliage

'H. capitata'
The buds are tme main show

'White Fairy'
The only one of the fragrant doubles I have been able to get to bloom

Sent: Monday, November 28, 2005 2:02 PM
Subject: flowers etc

> Dear Hosta Brethren:
> It's been a long time since I have been on line. The summer and fall were
> not  spectacular and I have spent weeks on the phone with insurance
> companies and health care providers. This in itself has not added to my
> mental health; none of these people are capable of communicating and I
> swear they will no doubt all end up running for poltical office. I am
> making progress finally and sometimes feel nearly human so I will try and
> do some communcation this week. Before I move on to hostas I would like to
> state that the doctors I have experienced were all of that school which
> offered the classic 50's  advise to duck and cover in case of an atomic
> bomb goes off in your vicinty.
> I am attempting to finish up one of the projects for the Q and A column for
> THJ.
> If you can, would you consider sending me  not more than 2 or 3 names of
> your favorite flowering hostas.Perhaps a description too...although this is
> very optional.The emphasis is to be the beauty of the flowers, flower
> scapes, seed pods clustering, droop,  vestigal leaves, a special color,
> etc.....anything that relates to the flower scape.If the plants are new and
> relatively unknown so much the better. Thanks   glen w.
> "It ain't the heat; it's the humility." Yogi Berra
> Glen Williams
> 20 Dewey St.
> Springfield , Vermont
> 05156
> Tel: 802-885-2839
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