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Re: meeting- was drought

> Speaking of which, does anyone know (and I'm sure someone does) are the
> botanical gardens or arboretums in Chicago or St Louis something you can
> visit in the winter, or is it strictly a summer thing? I am DYING to go
> to a real arboretum.

Usually I end up driving out to South Carolina or something when it's this
time of year.  :)

I know that the Morton Arboretum is open this time of year, but there's not
much to do.  Although on a clear winter day it's fun walking through 

I believe that Bernheim (in Kentucky) is open as well, and they have a 
great holly collection that probably looks great right now.  There's 
also a decent collection of conifers.


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