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Re: miniatures/ hypertufa


Very nice link with loads of wonderful photos, Auralie. One could spend
hours looking around there.
    Anyone who is a member of North American Rock Garden Society eventually
knows the name of Cabot. Goes back forever in the society. Been a member for
a few years now, myself.
    Now that I am beginning to play with troughs I need to go do some
homework on alpines. Always another path to take in gardening......
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
www.munchkinnursery.com
genebush@munchkinnursery.com
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana
----- Original Message -----
> Gene, I have never had a trough garden, but have always wanted one.  My dh
is
> not supportive of such, so I do the best I can.  Do you know about
Stonecrop
> Gardens created by Frank Cabot in the Hudson Valley.  It is a magnificent
> place - I'm sure it's a rich man's tax dodge, for he is one of the
Massachusetts
> Cabots who speak only to God, but I can't fault his hobby.  The special
feature
> of that place is alpine plants in trough gardens.  I can't find a site
online
> for just the gardens, but here is one about his other hobby and has some
> pictures.  If you don't already know about this place, you should be
interested.
> <A
HREF="http://www.gardenweek.org/perfection/";>http://www.gardenweek.org/perfe
ction/</A>
> You will have to poke around a bit, but there is a page that says Alpine
> Plants and Rockwork.
> Auralie

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