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Fwd: Hosta Gardens in Milwuakee

From a Milwuakee native.

Clyde Crockett z5

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Clyde: i don't have any specific knowledge of hosta gardens in Milwaukee,
but flower fanciers should visit the Mitchell Park Observatory horticultrual
exhibits and also the gardens at Whitnall Park. Both are public. JWT  At
08:34 PM 5/10/99 EDT, you wrote:
>Any advice?
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>From: "Mike Breiding - Morgantown, WV" <TreeHugger@labs.net>
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>We will be Wisconsin the last two weeks in June and in Milwaukee from
>13-16. If there are any Robins out there that have open gardens in the area
>I would like to try to visit one or two.
>Please contact me only at the following email address: mbreiding@labs.net.
>Mike Breiding     Morgantown, West Virginia USA
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