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Re: Garden Club Landscape Consultant was hort.net moving, part II (LONG)

If you are referring to three out of four courses, definitely not.  All four
must be completed within a specified period, and there are other
requirements, as well. Regular refreshers are also required.  
National Garden Clubs are quite strict about their qualifications.

In a message dated 09/02/2006 3:14:49 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
pulis@mindspring.com writes:
I thought that 3 out of 4 qualified. Not?


> Definitely, Ceres.  I assume you are refering to the National Garden Clubs
> courses.  I am neither a Landscape Consultant nor a Garden Consultant
> though I took three of the Landscape courses some years back.  Had to
> miss the last one for some reason, and there wasn't a course in our end
> of the state that i could catch up on easily.

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