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RE: Chicago Trip

So glad you had a good time and sorry the little kits took out so much of
your tender shoots and plants.  You have a lot on your plate, Ceres.  I too
hope you can get it all done without knee complications and surgery.  Wish I
were close enough to help.  (I'm sure I would learn new things, too.)

Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5) 

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Cersgarden@aol.com
Sent: Sunday, May 28, 2006 7:43 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: [CHAT] Chicago Trip

I had a great Chicago experience.   We toured 10 private gardens, Chicago 
Botanical Gardens & Morton Arboretum as well as 3 garden centers.   I was 
disappointed in the CBG but the gardens may have been in betwn seasons.
The MA was 
unbelievable particularly the children's garden.
     The best garden was Trudi Temples which was misspelled on my pretour 
letter making it Semple.   Donna or Chris do you know her?   She started the

markets and she has a book out on her garden.   She is originally from
Germany and 
her home where she has lived some 30 yrs looks like a photo from Germany.
     I believe the Chicago (Naperville to be exact) were a bit ahead of our 
gardens here.   I came home to a garden that was wild!   We had rain &
which was perfect conditions for run away plants.   Also, lost more plants
rabbits.   My new chocolate Rogersia has nothing above the soil and as does
new Geranium.   The Echinacea 'Razzmatazz' has little left.   My roses are
pruned even with wire baskets around them as the baby rabbits are able to
crawl inside.
     I now must keep my nose to the grindstone as have a garden club on the
15, 17th MGs pretour which is all the MGs working the tour and the 24th the
tour.   Just hope my knee makes it.   I am now taking therapy 2 days a wk 
with the hope of strengthen it and perhaps to avoid surgery.

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