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Re: now trips- was master gardener class ideas?

Oh, Kitty, you need to go to that one!   Dan Heims & Graham Rice are tops and 
Stephani Cohen is not to bad.   Melinda is so-so. and the others I am not 
familiar with.   
     BTW, what are the thoughts on the perennial of the year 'Walkers Low'?   
It is my favorite Nepeta and a okay filler.   I have learned to prune in 
early spring just before the first bloom & again after the 1st bloom to prevent 
that floppy seperation.

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