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Re: Herb speaker

Not the same organization, Vera.  But that sounds like a 
good one.  I'm about ready for a good flower show.
In a message dated 04/20/2007 11:36:37 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
vmetzke@gmail.com writes:

Would that be the central(mid)- Atlantic regional garden show be the one
held this weekend in Abingdon VA?  Did anyone go to this?  Just checking?


On 4/20/07, Aplfgcnys@aol.com <Aplfgcnys@aol.com> wrote:
> Went yesterday to a meeting of the American Herb Society held
> at the John Jay Homestead - a NY State Park.  The speaker was
> Dierdre Larkin, whom we had heard before.  She spoke this time
> on Medieval Plants for the Modern Garden.  Years ago, maybe
> 15, I had been in charge of getting speakers for workshops at a
> Central Atlantic Regional Garden Club meeting, and had her to
> do a marvelous talk on "Plants in the Unicorn Tapestry." She was
> at that time curator of the herb garden at the Cloisters in NY City.
> She is now in charge of all plantings at the Cloisters.  She is both
> a horticulturist and a historian.

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