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Re: BHHS Summer Weekend & Other Gardens


Glad your home and had a great time.... I know why they thought you were
British your such a nice gentleman!  Did you get in touch with some of our
other friends on the other side of the pond?  I know that my favorite
gentleman in England even impressed "She who must be obeyed".

Kate





| .....Heslington, near York. Saw great specimens of Hosta 'George Smith'
grown in
| huge urns and in other places in his garden. The BHHS put on a grand show
and
| the hospitality and company was superb. Glen is a great host and
hostaphile---he
| has the best collection of hostas---be sure to contact him when you are in
the London area.
|
| Clyde Crockett
| (My name tag read "Clive" Crockett---they thought I was British. I rather
| liked that, what.)

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