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Re: Garden Awards

CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:
> Here is an informative posting from Gayle Kamp, who was nice enough to permit
> me to send to the list:
> I agree about the recognition and credits.  I also agree that there should be
> more garden awards at the Convention gardens, not less.  A garden does not
> have to be the 'best garden'.  There could be several awards.  For example,"
> My kind of garden award"  voted on by the conventioneers.  Another award
> could be for the 'use of garden sculpture and art',  'Japanese Garden'.
> There are all kinds of possibilities.  'My kind of Garden' could be selected
> by the conventioneers and other awards be selected by committee(s).
> Sometimes an award might not be given.  Awards could be given for a garden of
> owners design, etc., vs landscape architect.  Just ideas.
> Sent by: Clyde Crockett z5
The above, is how I view the best use of "garden awards".  Awards for
spicific Hostas, should not be decided in a given garden.
Ran Lydell
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