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RE: Hydrangea Madness

Oh your car and mine are related... seem it veers right into any garden
center it sees and opens the back hatch... humm

Where are you going to put them all?


> There's a real danger in attending a Hydrangea Conference. Not only do the
> speakers (Dan Hinkley, Mike Dirr, Tara Dillard, Penny McHenry, Ted
> Stephens,and many more) entice you with luscious photos, but they have
> Hydrangeas for sale dirt cheap.
> Mind you, I have no need for more Hydrangeas, really. I already have 9 of
> them, and need to keep room for one that will be introduced in two years
> that I absolutely will have to have. And I need a replacement for "Purple
> Tiers" which went to that great compost pile in the sky while I was in
> Salzburg last year. (Darn it, they were sold out of that one when I got to
> the sales table!)
> Why then, did 25 new Hydranges just jump into my car and come home with
> me?
> d

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