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Re: Vegetables for landscaping

I HIGHLY recommend a book called "The Beautiful Food Garden" by Kate
Gessert, published by Van Nostrand Reinholdt in the late '70's, early '80,
one of the definitive books on edible landscaping.

How soon do you need the slides? Many of us are off to the ACGA regional
conference in DC this weekend, and can't respond until next week.

Sally McCabe

At 6:05 PM -0700 2/14/01, Dr. Kenneth L. Goldsberry wrote:
>    Gentlepersons... I'm preparing two programs  on using vegetables in
>landscaping. 1) Use of plants in front and back yard  displays and 2)
>Vegetables in containers.   I am seeking slides, plans  and experiences of
>the same.   Is there someone in your organization  that might be able to
>help?  Do you know of anyone with experience in the  areas that might have
>photos etc?   Your assistance is  appreciated.   Kenneth L. Goldsberry  
>Fort Collins, CO   goldsdlf@lamar.colostate.edu

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