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Re: heeellllllooooooooo

Lord, what a life you lead!

Dan Nelson wrote:

> Andrew,
> There are many things to do with your hostas this time of year. Here's a few
> on my list which 2 helpers and I did for 8 hours today.
> 1) Move hostas that need more space.
> 2) Propagate hostas by making divisions.
> 3) Divide sporting divisions from the clump they are growing in.
> 4) Make bud cuttings to isolate sports.
> 5) Observe if a hosta has been growing is too much sun or shade and move it
> to a location in your garden that better suits it's needs.
> 6) Clear areas of weeds and other plants for hostas your are moving.
> 7) Raise the canopy of trees your are growing hostas under.
> 8) Create better pathways in your garden.
> 9) Make note of plants that have suffered from southern blight so you can
> begin preventive fungicide applications next season BEFORE symptoms appear.
> 10) Scout for volunteer seedlings that may cause confusion next season when
> they grow as large as the named cultivar you have labeled.
> 11)Make note where in your garden you need to plant new trees this fall or
> spring to shade existing hosta plantings.
> 12) Check the listserve and thank god that Asian lady beetles didn't get in
> our wine glasses.
> 13) Write a posting about hostas on a hosta listserve.
> Dan Nelson
> Sussex Tree Inc.
> Bridgeville DE
> PS. For Ken's question as what to call a male lady beetle. I suggest Mister
> or Sir.
> ===============================================================
> Heeellllloooo Ken Marek,
> RE:>>> is the list server dead..........
> Yes, you could say that some of us are in "the eye of the Hurricane".  It's
> a rather nice place to be, actually, so I'm trying to enjoy it and not be
> pestered!   Hehehe...!
> ///////////snip///////////////////
> Back to reality...
> Andrew Lietzow
> Emerging right along...
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