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Re: Today in the Garden

Chris, I also wanted to tell you the corporate gardener for Garden Gate 
magazine called me Fri morning for   a heads up.   Someone entered the corporate 
garden during the night Thurs and took several special containers and yanked 
plants from others.   She said it was obviously a knowledgeable gardener as they 
took the best & unusual. I have a hand blown blue glass ball that is in my 
front garden.   I took it in last night as I have never seen one like it before 
or since I purchased it in Illinois some years ago.

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