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Re: NY Visit

Next time you visit, Zem, please give some of us a call.  As
I'm sure you know, there are lots of good horticultural places
in the area.  The NYBG is great, but the whole area is rich 
in horticulture.  Amazingly so, considering how much is 
paved over.  We could have a mini-GardenChat convention.

In a message dated 03/04/2006 1:13:09 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:
Yes.  He's been living in Manhattan for 25 years and was in Brooklyn for 5 
years before that.  I lived in the city about a gazillion years ago and 
commuted there from Fairfield County for several years.  I love visiting 

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