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Back home

Well it was an absolutely wonderful convention.  Tough to come home and
see my little garden after the great tour gardens in Peoria, I want to
change everything.  It was great finally meeting some people and now at
least I can put faces to a few names.  Saw a few things that were
amazing to me at least.  The size of the conatiner grown Great
Expectations in the ballroom lobby had me totally floored.  I'll NEVER
see mine that size but it was beautiful.  Another hosta that really
caught my attention was Praying Hands.(Don't bother asking I can't
describe it).  Came home with the back seat full of plants hostas and
companions(Thank you Richard for Knock Out, I'm trying to find the
perfect place for it and also for indianabob's S&S sport).  Already
looking forward to Michigan 1999.
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