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Re: New Topic---Favorite Private Gardens & Public Gardens

In a message dated 3/18/1999 8:49:46 PM Central Standard Time, CCREDUX@aol.com

<< Let's list our favorite gardens we have visited (and should like to visit)
 featuring hostas:
 Three categories:
 A. Private
 B. Public
 C. Ones I have not seen but'd like to see
What a great question! TY, CC!

A. The Jim and Patsy Stygall garden in Indy;Benedict garden in Hillsdale
MI;Hatfield Garden in Stoutsville OH;Schmid Garden in Tucker GA;Wade Garden in
Bellville OH;Arnold garden in Peoria;Jill Wilkins garden in Michigan;The
Garden of Aden on L.I.;Riehl garden in Iowa City

B. None so far.

C. Summers; Hawes in Maryland;Brincka&Cross; Brashear Garden in CN;TM's in
Illinois;Burto garden in Cambridge MA; Gerry Anderson in Harvard MA;and many,
many more.

Clyde Crockett  z5
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