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Re: Best Garden on Tour

In a message dated 3/21/1999 6:08:16 PM Central Standard Time,
quinnell@iquest.net writes:

<< The difference is that, on hand a single plant or a single leaf is being
 judged, while on the other hand the entire garden and the entire effort of
 the gardener is being "judged". Frankly, I believe that this is quite a big
 difference. >>
Carolyn & All,

Carolyn is using the quantitative approach. What I suggest is a qualitative
There IS indeed a big difference between the two. Cannot we trust the
attendees to make the right selection based on quality? Money has nothing to
do with this. One could win with a sensational bed of 'Lancifolia'.

Clyde Crockett z5
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