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Re: County Fair Flower Show

In a message dated 8/4/1998 7:27:44 PM Central Daylight Time,
frederic@wcnet.org writes:

<< I also entered a dish garden of mini hostas which won a 2nd place
 ribbon,  >>

Congrats, Diane on all your ribbons!
You might not know that the American Hosta Society now has a "trough garden"
category as part of its competition at nationals. You might consider entering
one at Ann Arbor next year. 

There is also and has been forever a container category. It seems very few
people enter that one. 
Quite frankly, I am not sure what a "trough" garden is for purposes of the
Maybe someone out there does and can advise you. 
Tell us what miniature and dwarf hostas you used in your exhibit. 

Clyde Crockett z5 Indy IN
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