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Plant Trading: Any hostaholics here?

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Austell, GA
(Zone 7a)

April 17, 2001
11:07 PM

Post #3756

If so, I'd like to see your wants and have lists. Just maybe...Thanks...Brenda
Asheboro, NC

April 18, 2001
2:43 AM

Post #68644

plantnutz, Yes, I do believe I could be in the hostaholics catagory. I have lots of shade to beautify.
I don't have many and my wants are big. Most of mine are just in the ground for their first winter. So, I am really excited when I see them coming up. And, tonight, we are supposed to have a freeze! WHY!

DO you have lots and how long have you been into this hostaholics attitude?

MD &, VA
(Zone 7b)

April 18, 2001
2:06 PM

Post #68732

This message was edited Dec 31, 2003 5:57 AM
Jonesboro, GA
(Zone 7b)

April 19, 2001
4:04 AM

Post #68949

Thought this thread was about Hostas !! I have several types but am always interested in one I don't have. Can trade a few Blue Halcyon, Blue Cadet & Large Dark Green Sweetheart.

This message was edited Thursday, Apr 19th 12:05 AM
Olympia, WA
(Zone 8b)

April 19, 2001
5:06 AM

Post #68955

Has anyone heard of Gypsy Rose? I CAN'T WAIT to be able to divide her! That is my last and best one so far...

Huntington Beach, CA
(Zone 10a)

April 19, 2001
5:44 AM

Post #68957

I got interested in hostas last year when I moved into this house with lots of shade. Everyone told me I couldn't grow hostas in California, so I did it anyway. They all have come up so far, except for one and he's really slow. I have 30 different ones and not enough space for all of them. Hopefully, I'll be able to share in the future. Most of mine are still young yet, but have a few eyes already.



United States
(Zone 5b)

April 19, 2001
3:19 PM

Post #69027

I am not a hostaholic, but do love them. However, after getting my first catalog from Plant Delights ( I am very impressed, and excited about the possibilities... the bug may bite me yet! I have about 20 or so hostas but only about 6-8 varieties, of which I have lost the tags for a few.
Olympia, WA
(Zone 8b)

April 21, 2001
5:59 AM

Post #69487

A good site for Hostas is

Careful though, know what you are getting into before you go there.

April 22, 2001
12:57 AM

Post #69726

I have a large inventory of hostas that are availble for trade or sale if you are interested. I also ship out for postage several different ones to newbies. Donna from Ca. (posted above) recieved some of mine last year. If you have a list you can e-mail me and I'll mail my list to you.
Cape May Court House, NJ
(Zone 7a)

April 22, 2001
1:09 AM

Post #69729

I just recieved some of diggindutchman's hostas, they are beautiful!!!! nice size and VERY healthy!! Thank-you again. sue

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