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Re: now Missouri Botanical Garden-

I certainly second all the good things Cathy has said about the Mo. Bot. 
Garden.I lived in St. Louis for 10 years and visited MoBot often even 'tho I 
wasn't much of a gardener at the time. I even have a picture of my oldest 
daughter in a stroller at the Climatron just after it opened. All the 
plantings are still small in that pic and now it is a dense jungle reaching 
the ceiling. And Shaw's Garden is terrific! Well worth a trip. And visit 
Forest Park while you're there...huge beautiful city park, sight of the 1904 
(1900?) World's Fair, home of St. Louis Zoo , St. Louis Art Museum,outdoor 
live theater,etc. I miss it.Kathyz5

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