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have: last minute info for nh plant swap

Posted by annie_nh z4/5 NH (My Page) on
Wed, May 31, 06 at 17:43

I've checked the web site of the weather channel. Only a chance of showers on Sat.for the Goffstown area. I think we can put up with that. Bring a raincoat and unbrella just in case.I've got lots of room inside plus the porch to run to if a down pour occurs.

If it is a sunny day you might want to bring a lawn chair

Looking forward to Sat.

Let me know if anyone still needs directions or other info.
You can find my email address on my homepage.


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RE: have: last minute info for nh plant swap

Thanks for the update. I look forward to Saturday.

Just to make sure I have everything squared away, here is the list of hostas to trade so far. Let me know if I forgot anything/anyone, or if I made a mistake.

Annie - You just wanted something different. I will take a gander, but I am thinking that I have a Montana Aureomarginata that I love the look of. Do you have room for a large (27"70") hosta? I will also grab a couple extra for you.

Dave - Golden Tiara, Janet, Blue Wedgewood

Tina - You wnated Blues and mini's. I have Blue Wedgewood, Halcyon, Feather Boa, and Emerald Tiara. Does that list sound OK? Two mini's and two blues.

Gata - You said just pot some up, so check my list below. These are some that I will bring incase people might want them.

Here are the additional Hostas I'll bring in case people wnat them:
Emeral Tiara
Golden Tiara
Feather Boa
Blue Wedgewood
Feather Boa
Ginco Craig
and some open pollinated seedlings.

Did I forget anything? Any changes?

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