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Len Phillip's Hosta Magazine


Hi Folks,

Here's the blurb about Len Phillips that Jack Nelson pointed out.  Sounds
good.  How many people have decided to order the magazine?  Does anyone know
if the minimum number of orders has been met?  Is there a deadline to order
by to get the 1st issue?

Cindy Johnson
White Bear Lake, MN
zone 4a

About our speaker........

Len Phillips has been employed as the Landscape Architect and Park and
Tree Superintendent for the Wellesley DPW for over 20 years. For 15 years he
has also been the Editor of "City Trees", the Journal of the Society of
Municipal Arborists. He has written two books published by McGraw-Hill,
"Urban Trees" and "Parks: Design & Management". He currently has a third
book awaiting publication, entitled: "Urban Plant Handbook" which will
describe many of the best plants to use in our cities today. He has developed
a slide collection of shrubs, perennials and hostas for this book.


Len Phillips has received 15 major awards for his designs, his
department's efforts, and his professionalism. Some of the awards have
included "A Top Ten Leader of the Year" from the American Public Works
Association and an "Award of Merit" and "Honorary Life Membership" from the
Society of Municipal Arborists. Design awards have come from the Boston
Society of Landscape Architects and the Landscape Architecture Foundation. He
has given dozens of talks all over the United States and Canada.





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