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Re: HGTV - Garden Tours

Ran probably knows this garden as that of Bruce Cumpson and indeed Bruce did 
an excellent job on that particular program.  Bruce runs a small nursery on 
a part-time basis and has a beautiful garden to display his gems.

>From: "Beth Arnold" <seabeth@heart.net>
>Reply-To: hosta-open@mallorn.com
>To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
>Subject: HGTV - Garden Tours
>Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 07:34:00 -0600
>Good Morning Everyone!  I watch very little television but has anyone
>watched the above subject in the early morning when gardens are toured.
>Canada gardens have been featured for a number of programs now.  This a.m.
>it was a place called Old Towne Perennials I believe it was Niagara On the
>Lake Ontario.  I rarely pay attention to program names and where they are
>broadcasting from because I rarely go back at the same time each day but
>this series has been quite interesting.  The above mentioned program
>interviewed the garden owner and he mentioned the AHS.  His garden seemed 
>be quite extensive, and stated his collection included about 400 varieties.
>Maybe some of those from Canada know of this garden and can offer some
>comments.  Ran you are close, have you been there?
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