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Master gardeners

Thanks to everyone who replied to my yaking. It has been fun hearing you 
ideas and suggestions as to what to say to the Master Gardeners. The most 
appreciated information is the message saying that the group needs five hours 
of class each year. If they are lucky I can probably finish in just about 
that length of time. My problem is not in having something to say, it is in 
trying to stop.
These regional meetings where they ring the bell just about does me in. Of 
course I realize that is the only salvation for the people in class.
My next project is to decide what to say to a daylilie group and then whether 
or not to teach at the hosta college in March. Had great fun teaching at the 
one in Atlanta and even managed to finish on time for once. Maybe there is 
hope for the future.
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