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Re: My Child Insook

At 03:51 PM 10/23/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>	Can anybody answer this below.
>                I saw the pic in the library of My Child Insook- the
>plant is beautiful.
>Do you have any idea where it's being sold? Or any details about it? I
>haven't access to either the Hosta Journal or the Hosta Finder. I can't
>find any place that even mentions this hosta. Is it not available yet?
>This is one plant I  want Santa to bring me.
>Thanks, Billie
>To sign-off this list, send email to majordomo@mallorn.com with the
> the last time   and the only time this plant came up on auction it sold
for $4,000.oo    yes  four thousand.   Me thinks the only people  who have
that plant may be  Dr. Herb  Benedict, (originator), Dr. Insook
Sum(namesake), maybe  Cindy Nance, Maybe Audry Wilson, Maybe Heidiko Gowan
and the guy  who dropped the bundle.

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