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Hosta Matresses. Matresses??

Posted by Hostanista 5B (Ont) (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 13, 14 at 11:15

I was just doing a Google search for hosta nurseries (in case new ones pop up, you never know!) and clicked on this link. WEIRD. Why on earth would Sealy name a mattress brand HOSTA? I'd like to talk to that marketing wizard.....

Here is a link that might be useful:

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RE: Hosta Mattresses. Mattresses??

Sorry about typo. I hate typos! In a hurry to post this I guess. Subject should read MATTRESSES (with 2 t's.)

RE: Hosta Matresses. Matresses??

maybe the mattress is quilted and puckered, lolz... at least someone at sealy is a fan of hostas :)

RE: Hosta Matresses. Matresses??

Well, there IS a leafy pattern on it. They don't look like Hosta leaves to me, but maybe someone was taking a bit of creative license?

Now the tie-in with sleeping and Hostas is obvious. Who among us, after laboring all day long planting Hostas, doesn't sleep like a baby? Bed....sleep like a baby.....oh, yeah, I'm onto it.

(I'm sticking with this until I can come up with something better).

RE: Hosta Matresses. Matresses??

  • Posted by bragu 5a DSM (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 13, 14 at 18:31

and a nightstand, and a dresser …

Are they running out of real names?

Or are they trying to be green


RE: Hosta Matresses. Matresses??

That Sealy hosta mattress is ready for a real Sleeping Beauty.

How about planting a Sleeper's/ Dreamer's Theme Garden? Here's a link which may be helpful: Sleeper's/ Dreamer's Garden

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