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Re: Shady Lady Gardens

In a message dated 7/26/99 4:03:00 PM Canada Central Standard Time, 
acahanes@frontiernet.net writes:

 So did anyone else in this group go to the Shady Lady Gardens this last
 I really liked H. Eola Salad Bowl and H. Mary Marie Ann two of which I
 never seen before. >>

I was there.  Bought H. Eola Salad Bowl also.  Looked like a great plant to 
go with Spinach Patch. :-)  It was hard walking out of there with just one 
plant though.
Karen Nielsen
White Bear Lake, MN

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