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RE: Fw: Ode to the Catalogs


Are you trying to say that you spend in excess of 3500 every year for the
display gardens... E gads, what do you guys do, dig up every plant and shrub
there yearly?!?! I mean, you guys have been doing this for years... so where
are all the other year plants at... if you don't mind me asking.

Donna


> Oh, Marge!  That is terrific - and so timely.  I just spent the last 4
> days
> coordinating wish lists into catalog orders for our display gardens. I've
> finshed writing everything up and I will hand in the stack of orders for
> 30
> companies to the tune of about $3500.00 tomorrow morning.  Believe me,
> there
> was a lot of juggling and rewriting involved to find the best way to buy
> everything.  I'm going to put a copy of your poem on the top of the stack.
> 
> Kitty
> neIN, Z5

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