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Didn't realize I had so many. Here's a few pics. Sorry for indiv. shots, don't know how to add all to one thread.

 
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Don't remember all the names.....

 
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Here's another..

 
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You will get tired of seeing these...

 
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Tell me when to quit.

 
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Couple more then I'll do part 2.

 
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Ok, now I'm tired of them!

 
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Don't worry about posting pics individually. That's the way most of us do them. Your hostas look great...nice collection. Smile


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"I've decided to quit my job, drop out of society, and wear live animals as hats."
 
Posts: 7716 | Location: Black Creek, WI Zone 5 | Registered: Sep 18, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Jan, your hostas look great.....I really really like that first one...nice big fat leaves.

Ok, ready for round two now! Smile

ve
 
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I love 3,4, & 5! Beautiful!

I had some several years ago that weren't doing good - too many tree roots around them. I pitched them in the woods. Lo & behold they just showed their heads so I dug them up & put them back in the shade garden. I don't think you can kill hostas!
 
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Hostas are hardy. Had some over a sewer line that had to be dug up. The workers really didn't care about my plants. I thought they were goners, but now I think I have more than I had before. Just coming up in different places. My great big dark blue-green ones, though, are struggling.
 
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