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WANTED: Med or Lg hostas

Posted by infiniteohms 5 Me (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 12, 14 at 13:34

I cant make any trades right now, as there is still 3' of snow on the ground and more coming, but i would be interested in setting stuff up ahead of time so when the ground thaws i have stuff to put in right away.

Anyway, i would like to start building up a collection of named hostas both for trading and sampling as edibles. My number one interest is cultivars and/or species with good edible shoots and leaves, but since most north americans don't eat much hosta i'll try whatever you got. I only need a small chunk. I have plenty to trade just check my list.


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the deer never said a word

I have some great Ideas for you and me now that I know their edible.


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RE: WANTED: Med or Lg hostas

I am interested in your iris and ladies mantle, I have lots of hostas. Please check out my trade list and let me know if you would like to trade.
Thanks, Pat

Here is a link that might be useful: My trade list


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RE: WANTED: Med or Lg hostas

I am interested in your iris and ladies mantle, I have lots of hostas. Please check out my trade list and let me know if you would like to trade.
Thanks, Pat

Here is a link that might be useful: My trade list


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