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Re: Fall PDN catalogue

OK, mine's not here yet, what's up with that? I've spent LOTS of money at
PDN.........I guess they're waiting on a box of chocolates.
I probably won't get the cover either. Most of the time I don't, I confess.

Oh, and Chris, my Horticulture professor in undergrad assured us that MOST
landscape architects didn't know squat about plants ;-)
And she has been proven right many times by the ones down here.......I
think they hire people from Alaska or something to do our parking lots.
Every time I go to my Dr's office I just shake my head at the plants
installed. And of course most of them are dead now.

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC

> [Original Message]
> From: Christopher P. Lindsey <lindsey@mallorn.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 8/10/2005 7:37:39 PM
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Fall PDN catalogue
> > ...is here.  funny artwork about "Gitmo Plant Evaluation Center" on the
> > cover.
> OK, I'm going to sound really dumb, but I don't get it...
> I mean, I get the GITMO part and the plant being tortured, but why is
> the ASLA represented as the torturers?  And why is Hortus III being
> down the toilet (although it should be, since it hasn't been updated 
> since '76 and Cronquist changed things for the better a decade later
> anyhow, but don't get me started)...
> I'm guessing he's saying landscape architects just plant plants to kill 
> them and have no concept of taxonomy, but seeing as I hold a Bachelor's
> of Landscape Architecture (that's right, it's called a BLA) I take
> exception to that generalization.  In fact, I hope I *am* an exception
> to that generalization...
> Chris
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