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Well folks the SF Flower and Garden show starts tomorrow. It will be up by 4 and get home by 11 for me and Linda for the next five days. I won't be answering any emails until Sunday night or Monday. Wish me luck please and Theresa I hope to see you there. By the way, the California Hort. Soc. has a booth very close to mine in Sapling Sq. Next months (April) presentation will be on Hibiscus but the hardy types. You might want to attend that. I will be donating a few plants also.

This is the first time I've had the opportunity to watch how they put those landscaping displays together. Pretty interesting. People running all over the place. One minute bare concrete floor the next beautiful plant paradise. I have to say I'm pretty excited about being a part of this.


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