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Re: Re:AIS:Obituary Larry Harder

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Re:AIS:Obituary Larry Harder
  • From: abefeuerstein@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2001 15:07:51 EDT

Ditto, Carryl, about Larry Harder's other plant society activities.  How did 
this guy ever work?  I first learned about Larry Harder through James 
McWhirter, my partner, who related stories about Larry's visits to the old 
Cottage Gardens in Hayward, California.  In subsequent years, I stayed up 
many a convention night talking, gossiping, and laughing with Larry.  He was 
also helpful in smuggling plants for me -- well, not quite smuggling, but we 
would visit a nursery during a convention, find a plant (typically a hosta), 
and he would wrap the plant in newspaper and plastic in a way that, by golly, 
the plant could be transported in the luggage and replanted in my garden with 
very little risk of loss.  I visited Larry's own garden in Ponca, Neb in 1990 
at the Omaha AIS convention and, again, in 1999 while conducting a judge's 
training in the Lincoln, Neb. area.  You cannot imagine a garden more crowded 
with plants.  It did not seem possible that this spacious and interesting 
landscape could hold another plant.   And yet there were literally hundreds 
of containers ready to be moved into the garden.  

Many people knew Larry better than I did, but I sure will miss him, too.  

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