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Great Perennial Divide

We will be hosting the 4th annual Great Perennial Divide here in
St. Louis April 29th with collection sites open April 16-23.  Other
cities are contacting us about starting one of their own.  gardeners are
encouraged every spring for divisions of hardy perennials, including
ground covers, herbs, sunny and shady, grasses and shrubs.  Collected
over 20,000 potted plants were dropped off at collection sites last year
for distribution to 70 community gardens.  It's an easy event to put
on.  Gwenne

Gwenne Hayes-Stewart, Executive Director
Gateway Greening
P. O. Box 299 St, Louis MO 63166  314-577-9484  FAX 314-577-9435

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