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re: Hybridizers

Frank Jones has be living at the Soldiers and Sailors Home in Washington, DC 
for the last couple of years.  His number is 202 882 2058.  A friend has 
driven him out to visit our gardens several times this spring.  He has lost 
all but his peripheral vision, but can really see a lot as he walks around 
the garden.

By the way, Diana left yesterday on Dirr and Armitrage's Garden Tour of 
Ireland and will be back on June 28.  This is her first tour with the 
University of Georgia professors, the last 3 years she has gone on the trips 
led by J. C. Raulston of the Arboretum of the University of North Carolina at 

Mike and Diana Nicholls  nicholls@capaccess.org  HTTP://www.he.net/~ngardens/

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