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Postby pauhaus » May 02, 2005 9:05 am

05/08/08

I got bit by that gardening bug late in '05 when I stumbled upon the Hallson Gardens website. Well my interest in hosta really "bloomed" and now I am officially addicted. I also enjoy shade gardening and woodland plants. Some of my favorites include epimedium, helleborus, tiarella, pulmonaria and arisaemas.

I work in Detroit for a civil rights organization as a graphic designer and I live in Brighton, Michigan with four furkids:

Neko Marie-Female Silver Tabby Maine Coon (April 17, 2006) :P
Boo Radley-Male Orange/White DSH (Sept. 09, 2006)
Buddy-Male Buff/Orange (Sept. 01, 2009)
Nelson-Golden Doodle (November 01, 2010
Kirby-Golden Doodle (August 21, 2011)
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Postby pauhaus » Oct 18, 2005 3:42 pm

Here is my Hosta List (so far) :wink: 05/15/11

Abiqua Drinking Gourd (06)
Alismifolia (06)
Americana (08)
Bedford Rise and Shine (10)
Bridegroom (05)
Cookie Crumbs (08)
Cracker Crumbs (08)
Crumb Cake (10)
Deep Blue Sea (08)
Dust Devil (05)
Elegans (01)
Embroidery (10)
Emerald Necklace (06)
Emerald Ruff Cut (08)
Fantasy Island (08)
Fortunei Aureomarginata (01)
Frosted Dimples (08)
Fruit Punch (08)
Glacier Cascade (11)
Goldbrook Glimmer (09)
Grand Slam (08)
Guardian Angel (06)
Hidden Cove (08)
Hirao Majesty (09)
Ice Age Trail (08)
Inspire Greatness (09)
Jaz (09)
June (05)
June Fever (08)
Kisuji (Inaho) (07)
Kiwi Full Monty (07)
Korean Snow (08)
Krossa Regal (05)
Lakeside Cha Cha (10)
Lakeside Prophecy (07)
Lakeside Sparkle Plenty (06)
Liberty (07)
Lil' Abner (08)
Little Hobber (07)
Little Maddie (09)
Little Treasure (11)
Longipes f. hypoglauca (10)
Love Pat (07)
Midnight Oil (10)
Montana Aureomarginata (05)
Moonlight Sonata (09)
Phantom (08)
Pistache (10)
Potomac Pride (07)
Praying Hands (07)
Radiant Star (11)
Rainbow's End (09)
Regal Splendor (07)
Ripple Effect (11)
Robin Hood (06)
Sails Ho (11)
Second Wind (05)
Sergeant Pepper (07)
Silver Bay (08)
Silver Threads and Golden Needles (07)
Small Parts (09)
Spilt Milk (06)
Stained Glass (08)
Striptease (07)
Sunpower (08)
Teaspoon (11)
tokudama Aureonebulosa (06)
tokudama Flavocircinalis (07)
undulata Albomarginata (01)
ventricosa Aureomarginata (10)
Warwick Comet (06)
Wily Willy (08)
Winfield Mist (09)
Woop Woop (10)
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Postby thy » Jan 14, 2006 8:57 pm

Great list :D

Didn't knew you was new to gardening...can't tell that from your postings on the hosta forum :wink: they all seems to be very serious to me

:wink: I have learned more about gadening here, than from 30 years reading books and trying things myself

You just fit in perfectly :D

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Postby pauhaus » Jan 14, 2006 10:24 pm

Thanks Pia :D

You just made my day. I know what you mean, I really have learned so much from everyone here, it's such a great forum, kind of like a second family.

Thanks again :D
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Postby newtohosta-no more » Jan 24, 2006 4:06 pm

I can see from the dates on your hosta list that you certainly did get the hosta bug! :lol: Nothing wrong with that. :) I don't recall if you have ever posted pics of your furkids in the Pet Forum? If you haven't , please do so. I'd love to see them. :D And if you have posted them, then please post some more. We love new pics!! :D
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Postby pauhaus » Jan 24, 2006 5:12 pm

Thanks Joan, will do if I can find them :lol:
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OH WOW

Postby oldcoot » Feb 01, 2006 10:40 am

And you just started last SUMMER. Congratulations. Wish OC had that much space,butg have it pretty well filled now. At 74 having to slow on planting anything new...John, that Old Coot.
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Postby pauhaus » Feb 01, 2006 11:36 am

Hi John, good to see you up and posting again. We sure missed you! I know I ran out of space last year and have everything crammed, but I still keep buying more plants :eek: I think I have an addiction that's for sure. I planted some liliums last fall for the first time so looking forward to swapping some pics with you. Take care.
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