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Elizabeth Noble Nesmith

Dick Stewart, who was one of Mrs. Nesmith's gardeners as a teenager, has
submitted material for an article on Mrs. Nesmith to the editor of Roots
(HIPS publication) for the spring issue.  
I don't want to spoil the excitement of the article by going into too much
detail now, but we can ask for a reprint here after the article is published.
In the meantime, how about trying to compile a list of her daylily and hosta
introductions and see if we can find sources for them?  Any hosta and daylily
folks interested?
Kathryn Mohr

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