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Re: min climbing rose

In a message dated 5/28/04 11:14:47 AM, silverhawk@flash.net writes:

<< Garden Gate was at your place to photograph your rose >>

Jesse, they have photographed in my garden for the past 4 yrs or more.  I 
also work as a garden scout for them.  I would love to take them to all of your 
Meredith (Better Homes & Gardens) have also had photo shoots in my garden. If 
you have seen any of their gardening mags the past year and have seen the hi 
glaze blue strawberry pot setting on a bench, which is a product they sell, 
that was taken in my garden last fall.  Garden Gate does not feature gardens as 
a subject.  Meredith does,  but my garden has never been featured.  The best 
part is I get paid.

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