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Re: For those in my area

    I hope Greg's new adventure was as good as his first. I used to live in
Schererville, IN just north of St John. I met Greg for the first time in
1980 when he was a very plant knowledgeable teenager. Small world!!


Evergreen CO z4
----- Original Message -----
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>; <perennials@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, June 22, 2003 2:51 PM
Subject: [CHAT] For those in my area

> With sad heart, I found out that Crystal Palace Perennials will close
> it's doors forever on July 3.
> The sale is on! 50% off all perennials and annuals. At this time ( due
> to frog bucks week coming) the water plants and large trees are not on
> sale. Has many specials too, although small, taro are 2.00, passion
> vines 1.00 etc.....
> So to those who are not to far from St John, IN.... might want to stop
> in. He has many different plants there, and at 50% off.... well I came
> home with yet another car full... to match the car full I came home with
> yesterday. As soon as it cools off here a tad, I will be a planting nut
> trying to get them all in the ground tonight.
> The offsetting news is, Greg is turning it into a display and hardiness
> testing area. (for ponds and perennials) They already have the
> watergardening magazine for those who don't know. Of course Greg will
> continue with seminars and lectures. He also promised me I could still
> use his vast library any time I want..... And they are planning another
> surprise for us Midwest gardeners... but that's a secret I can't divulge
> currently.
> Donna
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