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Re: garden art

Please share it with all of us! Sounds like one of those "worth the price of admission" experiences.
On Wednesday, June 16, 2004, at 07:19 PM, Andrea H wrote:

Ceres, it is for me. First of all, because of the expense, and I usually
like the really expensive ones, and second, for the same reason. fear of
adding too much. I would like some more things, but I cannot abide things
like wooden women with their fannies in the air, etc. I want to go to the
Plant Delights class on July 31, called Art in the Garden, the world beyond
cement bunnies.they just crack me up. If I go I'll let you know what they
Andrea H
Beaufort, SC

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