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RE: SF flower show


Yes- the miracle of modern medicine and lots of cold meds!  Dave's booth was
a hotbed of activity- so had to make sure he was available to his customers
who were scooping up his lovely plants!  Thanks for introducing me to you
"help"- nice to have a supportive family!

Theresa

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
Behalf Of David Franzman
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2003 9:17 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] SF flower show


Oops!  Still getting over the jet lag.  I forgot to mention that Theresa
was very nice and didn't look sick at all.  She looked just like her
pics.  I would have recoganized her anywhere.  She and her friend
Barbara both spent a couple of minutes with us.

DF

Theresa -yhoo wrote:

>HI all-
>
>Got to meet DF and some of his family today at the
>show.  He actually recognized me from photos online!
>(not sure if that is good or bad, as I have a rotten
>cold and am totally drugged on cold meds right now).
>His hibs are just beautiful- even more impressive in
>real life than the photos we've seen.  Seemed that he
>was doing well.  Could happen to a nicer guy.
>
>I managed to leave the show with only what I could
>carry- got a yellow clivia (yeah!), an really cute
>little campanula that looks like tiny blue roses (no
>name on tag), a slipper orchid, and another orchid
>division of some kind (will have lots of small white
>flowers someday).  The show was lots of fun and saw
>many lovely plants.  The garden displays were really
>interesting, especially one with lots of grasses,
>succulents and protea.
>
>My internet is still hit or miss- so I get to read
>mail more than send it right now.  Hope all are well
>and safe- as I just got home, I've now heard the news.
>
>Theresa
>
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