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Re: Pics/Botanic Gardens


In a message dated 9/22/03 2:09:37 PM, jesserenebell@hotmail.com writes:

<< Either spring or fall.  Which time is better? >>

Jesse, I think the gardens are wonderful anytime but for us or at least I am 
always bogged down in early spring in my garden with planning, potting, 
seeding, edging, planting, etc.  Also, late summer or early fall you would see the 
garden at  maturity.
    What a delight to be able to share touring the garden with truly great 
gardeners!
        Ceres

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