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Big meeting in Montreal

  • Subject: Big meeting in Montreal
  • From: "le clown jardinier Réjean D." <bomil@total.net>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 08:56:07 -0400


The next activity of the Quebec Hostas and Hemerocallis Society will be in
Montreal, at the Botanical Garden, on September 15th 2001. The Society has
now more than 425 members after only 16 months. If you want to know more
about this event please contact Reggie D. Millette at (514) 685-4009 or by
e-mail at : bomil@total.net.

There is also a web site : www.iquebec.com/hostasquebec

Here is the program of the day :

Workshop on how to prepare hosta leaves for a cut-leaf show. (9h30)

Come and prepare your pictures for the exhibition. (9h30)


Discussions on breeding with Clarence Crochet (9h30) max. 35 pers. (priority
to the Q.H.H.S members)
Deposit of 10$ with your reservation

Adamo Sénécal (10h30)
''Ferns : the perfect companion plants''

Mr Sénécal is growing all kinds of ferns and he owns Les fougères boréales.

Annual general meeting (11h00)
Slide show on the American Conventions and the gardens visits.

Lunch on your own.
Danielle Paquette (13h00)
''Everything you should know about hostas''

Mrs Paquette is the owner of Jardin Iris et Plus in Cowansville. She
specialise in the culture of hostas and daylilies.

Clarence Crochet (14h30)
''The culture of daylilies''

Mr Crochet lives in Louisiana and is a breeder in daylilies. He registered
more than sixty of them. Many have received awards. He is a former President
of the American Hemerocallis Society.

After the speaches there will be an auction, followed by a draw.


Entrance fee for this activity : 5$ per person (free to all members). Plus
Entrance fee to the Botanical Garden.

Membership : 25$ per year.

NOTE : For direction and hotels information please call Reggie D. Millette
at (514) 685-4009 or e-mail bomil@total.net.

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