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Re: CAT: Tony Huber


>In a message dated 97-04-10 09:58:55 EDT, you writ

>Will whoever responds to Greg, please cc me?  I've lusted after this man's
>cultivars since the York convention.
>

>>Can anyone tell me how to contact Tony Huber? (Please respond off-list.)
>>
>>
>>
>>	Tony Huber
>>	4137 2ieme Rue
>>	Laval, Quebec H7W 2N2
>>	CANADA
>>
>>
>>	At least this is the address that was in the MASS Medley's
>>	list of attendees in '96.
>>
>>	Ellen Gallagher (who saves everything)




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	Ellen Gallagher				"Dried flowers and herbs hang
	e_galla@moose.ncia.net			from beams - a sweet-scented
	Lancaster, New Hampshire, USA		canopy that prolongs the
	USDA Zone 3, AIS Region 1		pleasures of a garden."


		






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