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Re: Ok- what is going on?!?

Rich, the two home gardens in Omaha were Joyce Marshalls at   1105 S. 80th 
Str just south of Pacific and the other one was south of Joyces on Hickory.  
Both were older, very nice homes and well estabished gardens.  My contact was 
Addie Kinghorn who was the gardener at the Marshall garden and she had been at 
the other garden but was not this year because she was teaching more.
    Hopefully you will be attending Perennial Sat at ISU in Nov.  and 
wouldn't it be wonderfully if they took my suggestion to bring Gene as one of the 
speakers!  Mardi and Melody have not responded about attending the Iowa State 
Fair this year.  That would be an opportunity to meet them if they did.  I will 
be working, hopefully, the first Sat which would be Aug 13.
    Did you have the 100 deg temps Sun also?

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