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Re: BRRRRRRRRR/Hort subscr.

I like Burrell's work a lot too.  Intitially I didn't notice author's names
that much.  I did notice him though when he moved to Minnesota and started
writing Horticulture's Upper Midwest section.  He wrote like a whiny brat,
pining for his old home in Virginia or someplace on the middle to lower east
coast; nothing in MN made him happy.  Thank goodness he left.  Everything
he's written since has been pretty good and now that he's wherever it is
that he really wants to be, he has even written some nice things about
neIN, Z5
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, December 09, 2005 6:27 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] BRRRRRRRRR/Hort subscr.

> In a message dated 12/8/05 8:18:17 AM, genebush@otherside.com writes:
> > Colston Burrell did an article on new
> > Polygonatum. One, I am a collector of Solomon's seals. Two I have some
> > Cole's books and like what he has to say. Three, Cole has visited here
and I
> > like him as a person as well as his writing.
> >
> Gene, I just rcd my mag yesterday so have not had time to look at it. I,
> am a CB fan.   Have heard him speak on several occassions and he did live
> Minnesota a few yrs ago.
>      I quickly scanned the mag and was really taken by the leaf casting
> article.   I have messed with this but the unique thing in the article was
> painting of the leaves in their true as life color.   Lewis & Little are
the well
> known fore runners in this but painting applications are eye catching but
> true to life.
>      Look fwd to reading your articlel, Gene.
>           Keep warm, Ceres
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