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Re: plant question

In a message dated 05/18/2003 3:43:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
chris@widom-assoc.com writes:

> I only used it in dish gardens and containers for its diminutive size.
> When entering in flower shows, I like to keep everything in scale.

Chris, our club, which is quite small, specializes in "Petite" flower shows 
in which all designs are small - maximum 8" and some as small as 3", and all 
horticulture is naturally small or designated as dwarf or miniature by 
nurseries or catalogs.  We put on such a show on Monday, and will have 
another in late October.  We are always on the lookout for interesting tiny 
plants.  These shows are quite a challenge from one standpoint - really 
specialized - but easy from another in that staging is simple and there is 
not so much stuff to haul.  We are mostly pretty old so that is a big 
advantage.  Auralie

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