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Re: A trip report to Cooley's and Schreiner's

	I agree, I don't see how I can do without either catalog.  Also, each 
company is trying to come out with new varities.
	I'm already planning to go next year.

	- Tim -
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>From KEMohr@aol.com, on 5/20/96 9:41 PM:
What a great experience for you!  I absolutely became overloaded at Roris
Gardens in CA this year, ended up looking at just a fraction of what was

 >>Cooley's Catalog is organized by flower color <<

For a novice TB grower like me, Cooley's catalog is perfect-lets me compare
form, and color values, before I delve into buds, branching, and growth.  
Schreiners is a catalog I can't do without, a perfect teaching tool at 
and shows.

Kathryn Mohr, near Albany NY

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