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Re: Sandra Bond Hosta book

At 09:04 AM 06/11/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>Hello to all,
>Does anyone know where I could purchase the Sandra Bond book Hosta 
>published in 1992 by Ward Lock Publishing in London? I have tried Amazon, 
>some out of print on line sources, and am running out of luck. If  anyone 
>knows where it may be ordered I would appreciate it.
>Also, does anyone have this book, and if so could you give us a short 
>review? Is it in color, etc?
>P.S. I was able to find the Diana Grenfell book Hosta the Foliage Plant at 
>Fortner Books on-line site.



The only way to get the Bond book now, is as part of a collection book 
called 'The Complete Guide to Foliage Planting'.  ISBN 0-7063-7581-5.
Hope this helps.

John Kee


The Sandra Bond book has been out of print for about 3 years now.

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