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Re: what is WITH this weather!

We had classes on creating rain gardens, raised bed gardening,  
underused and unusual trees and shrubs, growing and using herbs,  
beginning vegetable gardening, herb butters and breads, heirloom  
tomatoes, coleus, designing a perennial garden, perennials for a  
tropical look, and body smart gardening. Our keynote speaker was  
Carol Reese on the "Wilder Side of Gardening". We had 6 vendors who  
were there the whole day. A MG couple provided 30 dozen homemade  
chocolate chip cookies and the extension provided coffee and tea, so  
morning snack was free! Admission included a box lunch. I ran the MG  
used garden book, magazine, herb and houseplant sale (we didn't get  
as many books or plants as we would have liked, but sold what we  
had). Don't have the final figures or the tallies of the satisfaction  
surveys yet, but I think it was a success! (Even DH enjoyed himself.)

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Mar 3, 2007, at 11:49 PM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 3/3/07 11:02:58 PM, cathy.c@insightbb.com writes:
>> Clear today with that wind, but our MG planned
>> "Gardener's Palette" went off without a hitch
> Cathy, what did your MG event include?   Winds at 40 mph today but  
> I80 west
> opened this afternoon.   The evening news had aerial photos of  
> miles of full
> lanes of bumper to bumper traffic and entry ramps laned with semis.
>      Ceres
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