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RE: was Master Gardeners/ Garden clubs

Chris, you echo my sentiments exactly!  I too will be 54 this coming year
and I hope I won't have to wait for retirement to enjoy more "formal"
education in gardening.  It's hard finding an evening garden group, too.  I
have no problem with there being day time clubs and education, social or
otherwise, but I sure wish the various organizations would provide for the
rest of us working folks.  And, I prefer a more mixed group with both men
and women, and a variety of cultures represented.  

There is so much to learn from one another!  I'd be sticking to petunia
gardening only had it not been for all of you!  THANKS!

Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

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