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Re: now trips- was master gardener class ideas?

The link I sent is a neighborhood thing that is just getting started.  I know
most of the speakers and vendors personally. I am going mostly for the seed
exchange and to say Hi as it has been awhile since I have been active with
most of them. (the last couple of years flew by and job and family
responsiblities have kept me away for the most part.)

I would love to attend
many things, but I do work Mon-Fri and have just cut down to no Saturdays.
Every once in awhile, I do a stress release weekend- taking a friday and/or
mon off which my boss goes along with.

I agree, at this time of year you
never know about the weather and being able to attend.

Craig is excellent at
designs.  We did the chicago garden show together a number of years ago.  My
only grip with him is he never cleans the rocks before installing in place.
This leads to a muddy pond which never clears before the opening of the
exhibits.... by the end they are clear from the filtration in a 10day show,
but the inital viewing could be so much better...sigh... 


Original Message ----
From: "Cersgarden@aol.com" <Cersgarden@aol.com>
Sent: Sunday, January 14, 2007 7:55:38 PM
Subject: Re:
[CHAT] now trips- was master gardener class ideas?

In a message dated
1/14/07 7:23:27 PM, gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:


Donna, Horticulture Magazine
has sympiums at Chicago Botanical Center Feb 1 & 
Madison Botanical Center Feb
13.  I would love to go to Madison but this time 
of year I don't like to
invest in an event that I may be unable to get to.   
Notice the ad   in the
mag of the Harmonious Planting Design   which includes 
a fabulous photo which
states it is a Craig Bergmann Design and he is also one 
of the speakers.   I
was so impressed with his presentation at ISU in Nov and 
would really like to
hear him again.   Rich, what was your thoughts about 
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