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Re: HYB: good plants

Well, Dana,

> Amen, Dorothy!!  Getting people into your garden is like pulling teeth.
> are also a display garden for several sections.  We grow over 1400
> and welcome visitors throughout bloom time.  We advertise, participate in
> tour, and send out flyers and post cards and they still don't come <G>.

I didn't get a postcard :(.  Not to worry.  I'll ask in advance.  I'm going
to make the drive some season or another.  Preferably during arilbred bloom
if our extreme Texas weather ever allows!

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7b, USA

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