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Re: Oklahoma Hort society speaker


Have not heard him speak personally but he has a sterling reputation
here in Texas. Will be getting his Bulbs for the South book soon. Has
great knowledge and presence from what I read in my Texas gardening
publications. I like his articles too. Would love to attend but have to
work Sat. Hate that.


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "pdickson" <pdickson@sbcglobal.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Tue, 24 Feb 2004 07:27:54 -0600

>      Oklahoma Horticultural Society's
>      2004 Annual Speaker Series Event
>      Open to Public - Everyone is Invited
>      Presents the acclaimed author and plantsman,
>
>
>
>
>
>      Scott Ogden
>
>      Scott is a gardening expert and horticulturalist from the Austin,
>Texas area. He works nationally as a design consultant to public gardens as
>well as for private clients. His popularity as a speaker has sent him all
>over America.
>
>        Scott also serves as a contributing editor to Horticulture magazine
>and has penned three books. ' Garden Bulbs for the South' presents over two
>hundred historic, neglected and little known bulbs whose beauties belong
>traditionally to the South. 'Gardening Success with Difficult Soils' is
>recognized as a reference book for amateur gardeners and professionals alike
>and 'Moonlit Gardens' brings to life the peaceful world of the oft forgotten
>beauty that is our gardens after the sun goes down.
>
>        His topic "Plants With Presence" explores the attributes that give
>dramatic and memorable plants that magic in a garden.
>
>
>____________________________________________________________________________
>___________________
>
>      Feb. 26, Tulsa, 7:00 PM, Hardesty Regional Library auditorium 8360 E.
>93 rd Street "Garden Bulbs For the South"
>
>      Feb.27, Stillwater, 7:00 PM, Noble Research Center, Rm. 106, OSU "
>Plants With Presence"
>
>      Feb. 28, Oklahoma City, 2:00 PM, OKC Zoo and Botanical Gardens
>Education Center (east parking lot), " Plants With Presence"
>
>      BOOKS SOLD & SIGNED AT EACH LOCATION
>
>      FREE ADMISSION IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE UNDERWRITING SPONSORSHIP OF THE
>KIRKPATRICK FAMILY FUND, THE OKLAHOMA CITY ZOOLOGICAL PARK AND THE
>EDUCATIONAL ENDOWMENT OF THE OKLAHOMA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
>
>       Has anyone heard Scott Ogden speak?  I am trying to get our master
>gardeners to go to hear him.
>
>      Patricia
>
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A



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